This is an interesting subject since space
can be created by anything - and not just the sky
or a vast expanse of water.
In this picture a house covered in leaves, I noticed how this green space
created a focal point for the two little windows and my eyes were drawn towards them.
The space of this concrete wall allows the hanging leaves to to break the horizontal lines
and to add a welcome touch of colour.
The wall enhances the leaves as a neutral backdrop.
I like this moody sunset sky which makes the silhouettes of the
house, chimney and trees jump out and take on a new importance.
The plain green background created by vegetation really shows up the
spiky shape of the cone flower.
The dove stands out like a paper cut-out, thanks to all the space around it.
This is the entrance to my building passing in front of the garages.
I love the way the Weigela bush has grown across the wall
and part of the garage door.
This composition is one of my favourites because of the
slighty surrealistic element. The tree shadow seems to be slipping behind
the blue curtain of the sky!
I was returning from my early morning walk and crossing the park and saw
the shadow of a tall tree reflected on the wall of a building in the sun.
The fact that I also took in some of the sky created extra space
for the partial tree shadow.
This gorgeous September sky as backdrop to an equally beautiful yellow flower!
I am joining Kat and others in this exercise of "Allowing Space" here: