Blues in the environment are one of my favourite subjects for photography.
Jude reminds us when looking for blues this month that:
“Blue. A primary colour that we look upon almost every day. But don’t forget about the different hues which include indigo and ultramarine, cyan and the other blue-greens such as turquoise, teal, and aquamarine.
I did some blue sky thinking…and looking through my archives.
Blue Skies thinking:
The blue sky found its way onto the bonnet of my blue car.
A rainbow brightens up the blue sky.
And the clouds blew over to hide the blue skies.
Oceans and canals: A few different hues of blues
Then there are the glacial blues in the mountain lakes.
Lakes:The reflected skies in the lakes always transfix me with the beautiful blues.
Perhaps I will capture some different blues before the end of July.
I love clouds. I once tried a project of photographing clouds every day for a month. I was a little concerned there might be some cloudless days but I was in luck – or maybe I just chose a cloudy month. Or is it because I live in New Zealand/Aotearoa – the land of the long white cloud?
It is so intriguing gazing at atmospheric skies. Clouds are a never-ending source of fascination.
Here is a selection of foggy sunrises , misty clouds with fringes of sunlight and a couple of lucky rainbows just because. Did I mention I love rainbows too?