The Four Elements

I was asked by the very talented photographer Karen, from Expressing my Vision (please don’t miss to check her stunning photos) to post four photos that illustrate the four classical elements. “It is believed that they reflect the simplest essential parts and principles of which anything can consist, or upon which the constitution and fundamental powers of everything are based. These four elements are Air, Fire, Water and Earth.”

Here is my response:

WATER

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

EARTH

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

AIR

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

FIRE

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

This was my response to the Four Elements Photo Challenge. Here are  super talented photobloggers that I am inviting to join in the Four Elements Photo Challenge. I should nominate four, but I am breaking the rules. Feel free to join only if you want.

Desleyjane from musingsofafrequentflyingscientist

Justine, from Artistic License of Life

Michelle, from This Melbourne Life

Andy, from Andy Townend

Amy,  from Playing with my first DSLR camera

Lisa Dorenfest

Nalinki, from Angles and Views

Mara, from Mara Eastern

Paula, from Lost in Translation

Perelincolors

Cardinal Guzman, from Artishorseshit


 

The Challenge: Post four photos that illustrate the elements Air, Fire, Water and Earth.

This is supposed to be fun. Don’t worry if you are unable to participate or to nominate four other bloggers.

44 thoughts on “The Four Elements

  1. Wonderful photographs as always Lucile!
    And I am honored to be included on your list ‘super talented photo bloggers’. Would love to join in the fun (post coming soon!).
    Glad to learn of Karen’s blog here. Such stunning photography!

  2. Thank you! I will try to do the challenge, even if it may take a while – I still have so much photos from Korea to share and I can’t remember having captured ‘fire’ there. I like the silvery colour of your water picture!

  3. Fantastic response to the challenge, I love all of them, especially air, so so good. Thank you once again for the compliment on my photography, I really appreciate it.

    • You’re so kind, Karen! You’re the best. I’m happy you liked it.
      To get fire brought me to a restaurant’s kitchen and I had tremendous fun with the cooks.
      Thanks to you I did that.

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