What do you think of when you think of the word warmth?
There are a lot of ways to interpret the word. Warmth can be the ways something feels, the way something looks, the way something makes you feel, the way something tastes. It can be the way something hears or smells, too. Think of the sound of wood crackling on a campfire. That’s the sound warmth, isn’t it?
I ran amok getting these images up on time. This weekend I am at FoodBlogSouth in Homewood, AL and it was crazy trying to get ready to go. I am sitting the the hotel room working in front of a huge window and very gray skies. I am definitely ready to head home! Home means all kinds of warmth from the way it looks to the way it makes me feel.
Here is my idea of “Warmth” for day 7. Marc brings me roses every week or every time they get to looking shabby. I love all colors of roses and he surprises me every week with a different color… red, crimson, burgundy, pink…
This is a shot of one of the roses that opened up just beautifully. The color is warm, but more than that it makes me feel warm and loved when I see the picture.
This next picture is a little weird. I was trying to decide what to shoot and inadvertently pointed the camera at the kitchen door just as the sun broke through the clouds. This is primal warmth – in it’s very purest state. Warmth day 8
If you want to be a part of it you can see all the information on Erynne Nicole‘s blog. Taking pictures of a certain theme every day for a week certainly pushes your creativity to its limits and helps you learn a little more about yourself. I’ve really enjoyed it!