To end 2017 with self-improvement in mind, I decided to complete a free ten-day course with WordPress. I have got a little better as a photography owing to the exercises I’ve done for the course, called “Developing Your Eye.” I am a week late finishing it, but today I am doing the ninth day.
I was asked to select a color for today’s photo, one color, and show it in a photo, perhaps to create mystery about what the photo shows. For example, a brightly-painted door in a citadel could raise the question of what is beyond the door.
I looked around a little, but it wasn’t too hard to turn the theme of the exercise into a photo, and what I did was shoot the pump of the water well at the cemetery where I work. It is winter time here, but the point is that the pump is the color green, in a white setting (snowbound). The question for someone seeing the photo might be, for example, who draws water in summer?
I am comfortable taking photos at the cemetery, and that lent to the confidence I had to take this picture.
The color green reminds me of a corporate décor, but in this case, the green merely points to the aesthetic of a well-kept cemetery. It is behind the church which is at the front of the property. Nothing about the exterior of the church is painted green.
I have been glad for the change of pace doing the course, even with the procrastination that challenged me when the holidays were here and taking up my time. The winter weather has been extreme, as well. Thank you for visiting my blog.