Choosing a new subject was a thrilling way to start a new photo shoot.
Because of extreme cold weather, I decided to choose a subject that was in my household.
It's something I see every day and yet I've never purposely chosen to photograph it.
This certainly makes a change from taking pictures of nature!
Looking inside - hmmmm.
What happens on the other side?
I just love keys and all they represent.
Isn't this exciting?
Two of my favourite numbers: seven and eight!
Now where shall we go?
A slice of clock time
How about a little reflection?
Well, a little bit of nature did sneak in. Can you see my potted plants?
And here she is in her full glory - with a three-quarter view to show off her curves!
I received this clock as a gift from my brother many years ago.
How did I feel after this photo shoot?
Do I like the end result?
Yes, I believe I do.
When did I lose a sense of time?
Well, don't tell the clock, but I didn't notice time at all!
Did my favourite images change between capture and review?
Sometimes, but not always.
Did I feel frustrated or want to stop?
No, I could have gone on much longer.
The most difficult part was choosing the images I wanted to put here. I took way over one hundred.
The experience of photographing a new subject was wonderful and is nothing like taking shots of something familiar - except maybe for my love of capturing detail.
I never felt uncomfortable in this exercise.
I don't know if I would change my way of approaching a new subject.
I will only know when that moment is here!