Welcome to our Serenity Project for the month of January 2019. The Serenity project is a collaborative photography project in which we want to share images that convey peace and calm.
Here were are; a new year, a new month…and a new Serenity Blog circle. I love this group of women; not only do they inspire me with their work, but they are also so supportive. You need that in a sea of photographers. Finding women that are dancing to the same beat of a drum is cheer joy.
I have continued baking; sometimes the goodies are flop, other times they come out delicious. Like the bundt cake that I baked this past weekend. For the first time, I used a bundt pan from Nordic Ware. Let me tell you: the cake comes right out of this bundt pa, and it is very easy to clean (that is a great plus in my books).
Here are some of my favorite images. The first ones are taking in my kitchen (with horrible light)…
After the cake baked for about 50 minutes, I took the bundt pan over to my little studio, letting the cake cool for 10 minutes.
After the cooling period, I had a little fun with the cake…
The last image is my favorite of my bundt cake session. You may wonder why. Well, I wanted to try some “moody” food photography, and the Lensbaby Sweet 35 gave me what I was looking for. I had promised myself that I will be more creative with my food photography (and more daring). Sure, this image is not my “normal” work (whatever that may be), but it was so much fun to experiment with lens, light (OCF), and composition.
To see more contributors of this month's serenity circle, I invite you to visit my talented photography friend, Lori McLellan, Calgary Photographer to see where she found serenity during her warm winter walk.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you will find some serenity in your day, and maybe baking a bundt is in order.
Until next time…