Out of clutter, find simplicity.
December is here and thus begins my simplicity project.
This has been inspired by Kim Manley Ort and so I am joining her in posting images that are simpler and more minimal than usual. It’s a way to remind myself to focus on what is really essential in an image and in the rest of life too.
If this also appeals to you, there’s a Flickr group devoted to Photographic Simplicity that you are welcome to join.
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I really, really like this image but add an extra “really” to also liking the simplicity project. I only wish I had time to join along. So busy but I will come and peek from time to time to see your delightful simplicity offerings. Lovely.
Just sighing … big sighs …
A wonderful post Sherry. Looking forward to this month long challenge and all the photos that will be shared.
As a fan of bokeh this is so nice Sherry
looks like a fun challenge and you’ve definitely got the hang of it.
I like the abstract nature of this one, with its bokeh lighting up the dark December evening. I hope your December is full of bright moments too.
Yes it is there to be found and prized, thanks for your offering. x
That picture is so cool. I’m learning so much about subject matter from reading blogs like yours!