Today is the final day of my February PhotoFest and I’ve really enjoyed it. The challenge of posting everyday and taking new and different images has pushed me. (And I wish I had more in the achieves to use!) So as we are finishing on a Wicked Wednesday – which is my band night- I thought I would leave you with another photo of my saxophone. When trying my previous photographs of my sax, a friend suggested a pose with me sat on a chair and I moaned about how my house is full of stuff and getting a shot against a plain background was difficult and making excuses. Then last week there was a day I had carpet fitters coming, and I suddenly realised that for a few hours I had an empty (but small) room! I dashed home from my jobs and had about an hour with my camera. So this shot is for my friend, and I hope you think it was worth the comedy value of the loud knock on the door while I was still naked on the chair with camera and tripod! You have never seen me move so fast ever, and I hope the fitters didn’t notice the lack of underwear under my blouse and the flushed naughty look on my face when I finally opened the door.

Check out my other February images here and other people taking part in February Photofest 2018 and Wicked Wednesday by clicking on the images below

24 thoughts on “Day 28 ‘Coda’ – Final #FebPhotoFest

  1. I think this is my fave pic of your 28 days – love the Sax and your pose with it too – gotta love a band night, I have them too…….though I tend to keep my clothes on 😉

  2. The things we do for art… 😉

    I’ve really enjoyed seeing all your images this month. This last one – and the story that goes with it – makes for a perfect ending.


    1. Thank you Mrs Fever. I do try hard (probably too hard some days) to get what I can picture in my head…. sometimes it works and if it doesn’t I change it and try again. I’ve appreciated everyone’s lovely comments too. So thanks x

  3. This is brilliant! I love the story of the carpet fitters too ?
    It’s such a moody, beautifully composed shot, but the story makes it even richer x

    1. In some ways I hope they didn’t notice , but on the other hand I hope one noticed I didn’t have undies on and saw my camera on a tripod and guessed. ?

  4. “and I moaned about how my house is full of stuff and getting a shot against a plain background was difficult” THIS! I so wish I had enough space to have a small room for my photography. It is but a dream but maybe one day.

    As for this image, you used you alone, empty room, time to perfection I think. The edit is utterly perfect and I love everything about it.

    I am really glad you enjoyed the February Photofest challenge and that it inspired you to take lot of fabulous images. I hope that you will continue to explore your photography here too


  5. I loved it when I saw it and thought I’d commented but clearly I didn’t. It is an absolute stunner – thanks for taking the time and trouble to make it! Loved the story too…
    Indie xx

  6. I think this is the best! The lighting is amazing and theres so much strength and drama in the composition. Well done! I think it was worth the time and effort. It’s funny how we can get caught. I’ve sometimes found myself scrambling for coverup I’ve thought I had it planned and then I panic!

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