She Was Utterly Effervescent by Ainsley Kellar Creations

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Here I am on Superbowl Sunday, avoiding the big game by playing around with my nifty macro lens and a groovy water bottle that’s collected condensation on its interior… :)

No flash, minor crop, touch of an edit and wha-lah!



(Poem for fun…)

She was utterly effervescent
When she walked into a room
Utterly effervescent
The men around her swooned
Her eyes did sparkle with the glow
Of a galaxy of stars
She left them always wanting more
They loved her from afar…

The world is full of magical photo ops…

All you need to grab them is a zest for life, an eye for the extraordinary and that trusty camera of your choice.

Raise the sturdy weight of it to your face … close one eye then … lower your finger upon the shiny black button… hold your breath then… hear that hypnotic click and suddenly, dynamite explodes! the stars collide! and maybe, just maybe you’ve captured a magnificent moment in time… How thrilling is that?!?

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  • Vesna *
    Vesna *over 3 years ago

    love this colours Ainsley

  • Outdoors2
    Outdoors2over 3 years ago

    and Wah-La hmm? haha
    “Cool” subject
    Love the colors too

  • 1Nino
    1Ninoover 3 years ago

    Super – I think you will love that lens!!..Tony

  • Angela King-Jones
    Angela King-Jonesover 3 years ago

    Love it,excellent colors.. I’m not watching the Superbowl either..too much commercialism for me LOL

  • Melodyone
    Melodyoneover 3 years ago

    Yes, amazing color. I like the movement in this too. So creative Ainsley!

  • Sharon Johnstone
    Sharon Johnstoneover 3 years ago

    Stunning work Ainsley, gorgeous colour!!

  • Berns
    Bernsover 3 years ago

    Brilliant abstract!

  • mscornwall
    mscornwallover 3 years ago

    love this :) xxx

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorover 3 years ago

    fabulous work and poem a great way to avoid the game !@LIz))

  • Geoffrey Dunn
    Geoffrey Dunnover 3 years ago

    Love the colour and its ‘yin-yangy-ness’ now there’s a word :-)

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