I decided to look for the colour blue in different seasons for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week.
For my header image I chose glorious wild English Bluebells, blooming in our beechwoods in May. For me, blooming Bluebells are the sign that Spring has really sprung.
Thinking about the colour blue made me ponder on the way the light changes at different times of year. I always notice this when I’m photographing locations that I visit often. I find the blue of the sky varies with the season and the prevailing weather conditions.
The sky in this image is for me the classic deep blue of an English Summer’s day – definitely a day to be down by the deep blue sea.
Our blue skies in Winter are often a much paler blue than in Summer, especially when it is snowy too. A warm blue wooly hat was definitely the headgear for this chilly walk in the woods.
This is a strangely atmospheric shot I have shared before. The sky was covered in heavy snow clouds and it had snowed heavily all afternoon. The result by 5.30pm was this incredible blue-grey light. We were fascinated by it as we had never seen the like before. It was as if another world had descended out of the sky – I guess, in a way, it had!
Do take a look at what others have chosen for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week on the theme of the colour blue.
J Peggy Taylor