Thursday’s Special challenge is Gold Inside from Paula at Lost in Translation.
Today ‘s Guest Challenge credit goes to photographer Ron, asking us to the search for´gold´ inside, focusing on natural light in interiors. Check his blog and enjoy great photography.
My interpretation is using gold outside.
I took the first photo last week, immediately after sunset. The colors of the sky were simply amazing. What you see is what I captured, as this photo is not post edited. I used a Olympus E-M10 and and EZ lens 14-42 mm at f3,5-5,6 set at ‘auto’.
We had just crossed a tunnel and had this image staring at us. Hopefully I wasn’t driving, so I asked my husband to cut the speed, opened the window and clicked, hoping to not blur it.
The ‘gold’ is inside, in this dramatic layers of colors offered by nature.
The second interpretation is a gallery of images taken early July after sunrise in Amsterdam, at one of my preferred places. Those who know me will recognize the place. I used a Olympus E-M10 and EZ lens 14-42 mm at f3,5-5,6