Serenity Circle - June 2019
Welcome to June's Serenity Circle. We are a Collaborative group from various parts of the world. The circle represents a wide range of photography genres with the common theme being serenity moments experienced and captured during the past month.
Today was the first dry day in ages and I planned a nature photo session later in the evening. I actually created a video last week which shows the location where I shoot the majority of my nature images. You can view the short video right here if you like: IGTV - my favourite location for shooting nature images.
If you watched the video, can you spot where I captured all of the images in this post quite recently? Apart from the fir tree photo that is - it was captured during winter on the edge of a forest. Some of the trees and plants are perhaps more obvious than others in the clip, but I promise they were all captured within the location shown on the video.
I was so glad I headed along the path this evening because the light was just beautiful. It was a cool light because the sea mist was beginning to close in across the land again and it was also starting to cover the sun just as it was starting to dip in the sky; however, I love the peaceful atmosphere it created which was really quite soothing.
Next in the circle is a photographer whose work I really enjoy viewing - Amy L Smith, from Anchorage, Alaska. Please check out what Amy has to share this month in her post: "There's more than corn in Indiana" and continue to follow the circle around.