It has been a crazy busy week at work so far without much opportunities for photos. But I don't want to get too far behind with my photo project, and I'd like to show you a couple of images that I have captured.
The assignment for day 6 was to capture a monochromatic palette. With this photo I wanted to capture the subtle shades of browns and grays in the bowl of polished rocks we keep on our kitchen counter. These are rocks we have collected on our travels. We've polished them in a rock tumbler and keep them on the kitchen counter so we can admire them every day - we love all the colors and textures. Each one is so unique.
To appreciate a single leaf - to notice the one among the many - was the goal of this day's photo. This one golden zelkova leaf was perched on the edge of the curb near my parking spot at the office. It held a single drop of water poised delicately near the edge. A simple gift that I may have missed on any other busy day as I hurried to get from the car to the office. But today I stopped and looked. And took a photo to remember this simple, beautiful thing.