This is my first post for the collaboration series called “Between Lenses,” created by two bloggers I admire: Trina and Tara from “Of Trees and Hues” and “Tara Victoria.” The premise is the following: each month we are given a prompt word, for example, “Symmetry”, and the participants have to capture a photo that conveys this word.
I found out about “Between Lenses” challenge last Thursday, and since then I have not stopped looking for symmetry. It was hard to find, but today was the day I found it.
This afternoon I was playing with 5-year-old daughter “squirrels and foxes,” a game she made up. She was the squirrel, and I was the fox chasing her. We ended up on the top inside of our small playground in the backyard.
She pretended to hide while I was pretending to not see her, when alas, I looked up, and I found it! The ceiling of the inside of the playground gave me what I was looking for. I ran back inside the house and captured the inside of our “cave” being illuminated from the outside by beautiful rays of the sun..
This is my discovery of “Symmetry.” I’m going to print this photo and put it up in my little crafting area. It will be a sweet reminder of a playful afternoon with my daughter.
If you enjoyed my post and are part of “Between Lenses” challenge,
link up to my post ;) I’ll do the same.