Photo Challenge: Distant

Connie Hanks Photography  //  ClickyChickCreates.com  //  rainbow over canyon and park with grey clouds

Now that we’re almost completely settled into our new home, I have time to catch up on some of my favorite blogs! There are some fantastic ones out there, and I always love challenges – photography and paper crafting in particular. This week, A Word a Week Photo Challenge landed on the word “Distant” and although my mind was going in a billion different directions, I finally landed on two thoughts…

First, this rainbow I “caught” earlier this year. It was a gray day, but after dropping my girls off at school, I spotted the colorful creation and drove to a nearby park with some open space to grab a quick shot. Those gorgeous rainbows are always elusive, aren’t they?!

My other thought was on the fact that I still have so many photos I haven’t done anything with from my trip earlier this year to France. While in Paris, it started snowing on us! The trip was only four months ago, but the memories and adventure already feels like the distant past. So I pulled this photo of the snow coming down over the Louvre, and as I was processing, I decided to have some colorful Andy Warhol inspired fun!

Connie Hanks Photography  //  ClickyChickCreates.com  //  snow over the Louvre in Paris France

What photos, memories or visuals come to mind when you hear the word distant? I’d love to hear. And you can always play along in the challenge. Wishing you a beautiful and colorful day!

Thanks for stopping by! Have a joyful, creative, blessing filled day!
Live creatively!
xoxo,
/c

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