What do you do with the glow sticks at the end of bonfire night? When the kids are in bed and the glowing lights are still making me smile? Do you make them into increasing concentric circles and then try and balance them on yourselves and stay still for a slow shutter speed photograph?
I was a bit giddy after our bonfire night and the simple pleasure of playing with glow sticks and my camera before bed was enough for me. This was my favourite image and it reminds me of one of the Venus figurines like is tweeted about by @WhoresOfYore seen here .
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20 thoughts on “Concentric Circles”
Looks like a neon sign, excellent job keeping still
Love this, the light and subtlety ☺️
I love this image. Such a brilliant way to make the most of those glow sticks. You know I’m looking closely.
Clever, inventive and gorgeous
Very creative and well done image!!!
It must have taken you quite some time to set this up and I am always in awe of your ability to produce such amazing self portraits. I love the effect of the light against your skin and it produces a stunning image ?
This one was relativity quickly set up and taken. But part of that is getting to know my camera so much better. I don’t have to take 10 trial shots to get the settings right now – and with a timer and or remote it really helps. In fact I think this shot my husband actually pressed the button once I was happy with the set up.
Gorgeous shot, and love the creativity!
Very very cool!! Love the image!
Stunning! And such a creative image
Thank you x
Skilfully done and very inventive – great image.
This offers up numerous opportunities I’ve not taken in the past. It is beautifully executed; I really do love your photography xx
Thank you – I like playing with new ideas.
I wish I had kept the glow sticks I had now…. I don’t know it didn’t dawn on me ti use the in a photo
I’ve wanted to try them again since I did the image of them with my glass toys. But only had them because of bonfire night – I like the fact they keep glowing faintly for three days!
Amazing use of light!
Amazing image, so creative and the lighting is perfect. Thanks for sharing it with us all.
You’re welcome. x