While I am working on a bread recipe for my next blog on food and travel, I decided to submit this picture to the weekly Photo Challenge. I love taking pictures and this challenge offers me a chance to think more about my subject and how to capture it with my camera.
Recently my husband and I traveled to Bayfield, WI to see the ice caves at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. They were spectacular, and if you ever have the opportunity, this is a place you should visit.
I realized the moment I saw the cliff that it was unique in its formation. Even as I stood in front of it, I wondered if I was not really looking down into it! See what you think.
Now look at the picture before I cropped it. You can see by the way the icicles are hanging that the camera is looking up “at” the cliff rather than into a pit. I think one of the reasons this photo can be deceiving is the coloration of the innermost slab of rock…its color and its depth of color make all the difference.
I enjoyed taking this little side track from my usual topic to this photo challenge. Now back to working on a bread that says “Spring”…and oh, how we need it!