|View from the Cliff, Seaside ©Lynne Buchanan|
|Tidal Pool ©Lynne Buchanan|
The late afternoon light on the beach in Portland was amazing. Such a drastic change from the bleak morning. Amazing how changing the light and climate is here, and when the late day sun came out I couldn't stay inside any longer. The flowers, glasses, clouds, and sand patterns were such a visual delight and could have been been over the top, but finding the right path into the scene created visual harmony.
|The Illusion of a Path to Somewhere ©Lynne Buchanan|
The first photo looked like footprints to somewhere, but they were raised up instead of indented, a positive impression that tricked my mind. The light lit up the zigzags patterns in the sand and made them vibrate.
|Zigzag to the Inlet ©Lynne Buchanan|
|Driftwood Drone ©Lynne Buchanan|
|Driftwood By the Sea ©Lynne Buchanan|
|Pointing to the Last Light ©Lynne Buchanan|
The driftwood on the beach created shadows, lines and such drama with the light and shoreline. Such fun to look at from different handles and engage with.
|Divine Magic ©Lynne Buchanan|
God rays always are always a welcome sight, especially when they are so evenly and perfectly spaced. The way the energy from this orb that gives us fire to grow and evolve was just about to burst from the top of the cloud was such a fitting sight in this workshop with Flash Powder Projects, where we are all working to open to what it is that makes us create our art. If I needed a sign, here it was...