Okay... I have a confession... I'm a little behind on my posting for my #100DaysofLight project. But now that I've graduated college (hallelujah), I'm determined to catch up on sharing some light with you!
I've always loved the light that wraps itself in curtains (I only blame Terrence Malick a little for this). I think the combination of the dark and light layers along with the fabric reminds me of childhood.
It was a fun challenge for me to capture the trees on the other side of the window without the light's highlights be too overpowering. As soon as I changed the settings to where I could see through the window, the light on the right side of the wall would be too dim. Finally after playing around with my camera, I was able to balance both places where light shone through.
Don't the shadows look like fingers to you? Clinging onto the bookshelves for dear life?
Beloved kitchen of mine in ye old Anderson, Indiana.
My old neighbor's house has the most beautiful trees. I couldn't resist taking a picture of their overarching shadows.
My roommate Abby and I went for our first walk of the spring season and found ourselves standing underneath this pine tree for awhile. These types of pine trees remind me of the ones in North Carolina - I lived there for two years where 7-to-9-year-old me could not get enough of looking up at the pines. Some things never change.
The Nature Center at Holliday Park near Broad Ripple, Indiana. I photographed a family session in the morning and had never been inside the building before, so I thought I'd check it out.