this past week my attempt to capture new in the old resulted in a few nature shots (taken from my home) and several shots framing rain (had many a rainy day this past week). these are not my regular photo subjects, but i'm glad i experimented, and that all my photos unintentionally came out with a common theme!
another common theme in this week's photos (again: entirely unintentional!)... they all seem to have a dark coloring... lots of blues and blacks and whites.
please enjoy this week's 365!
Thursday: photo one-hundred-fifty-seven:
something i've had to get used to: with chickens comes extra responsibility. every evening they must be checked on for food and water and to ensure they are safely locked into their coop. i enjoy scoping out the evening sky each evening as this task is completed. this evening there was a darkly luminous storm rolling in... thunder cracking in the distance... evening coming to a shadow sooner than usual. the evening ended in a cozy downpour of rain, with me safely, happily inside. love my stormy evenings.
the layers of clouds...
Friday: photo one-hundred-fifty-eight: more rain. watching the raindrops roll down the window silently. and who doesn't have at least one memory as a child of silently cheering on their favorite raindrop to the finish line?
Saturday: photo one-hundred-fity-nine: texas weather and the sun is back out. miss mo sits in her newest favorite cat-nap cubby.
Sunday: photo one-hundred-sixty: oh forget the sun. the rain came down, down, down, and came down some more. and it came down so hard it made for some of my favorite photos i've taken in a while.
Monday: photo one-hundred-sixty-one: light shinning through a single window. and darkness. lots of darkness. to me it could represent that even when there is an overabundance of darkness in our lives there is still goodness and beauty in this time if we just look around for it. there is always hope and there's always light and there's always God even in the darkest night. there is always light.
Tuesday: photo one-hundred-sixty-two: the night comes and the sky is painted in silver...