My Sony phone has a backlight option on its camera, which allows photos taken pointing towards the sun to be more than a blur. the photo I have chosen for this week was taken from a crouching position, looking towards the in-coming tide and the low autumn sunshine. The textures of the sand on the beach and the reflections in the pool of water add to the experimental nature of this composition.
My interpretation of the Peek Photo challenge from the Daily Post is slightly different from the example. Instead of giving you a peek at something half hidden my photo shows a plant, which found its way through a fence in September to give passers-by a peek at its flowers. They were passion flowers.
A late friend of my mother used to cultivate one of these and could explain how it came to have its name.
On a clear morning which was chilly enough for frost on rooves, I suddenly remembered where I could find some curves for the rounded photo challenge from the Daily Post. I took two photos – an overview and a close-up.
The subject is a labyrinth, which was constructed in a park as a millennium project.