These are my submissions for this challenge: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/inspiration/
The sources of my inspiration of course vary with the season and the location, but over time they tend to be mostly birds and flowers.
I took the following shot last month at my favorite location, the Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. It was raining so I took the picture through the open car window and the rain.
Marsh Mallows which grow around marshlands and ponds are usually pink. Yesterday, at the Abbott Marhslands near Trenton, NJ, I saw several that were white with a faint hint of pink. Following are two versions of of one of these flowers, in color and monochrome. Which one do you prefer?
Here’s my entry for this Weekly Photo Challenge, taken last summer at the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge near Brigantine, NJ. It is an ordinary shot, but for some reason I enjoy looking at it with the clouds, the water, the green grasses and plants, the pink marsh mallow flowers, and the many birds flying around. I hope you will enjoy it also. As usual, click on the image to view it in full size.