Today’s post is for Project 52, a weekly blog project that I am working on with several other talented photographers whom I’ve come to know and love over the past year. In this project, we concentrate on light and spend several weeks exploring an overarching theme. In this month’s theme we are exploring the color of light. The color of light can change, making it cooler or warmer, or even tinted toward green or magenta. Sunlight is generally white or neutral in color, but even sunlight may take on a color when it is reflected off another surface or when certain wavelengths are absorbed by the atmosphere or other things. And artificial light varies in color in many ways, of course.
This week we are concentrating on magenta light. I am using another image from my week in Aruba. This was taken during the blue hour, but sometime after the sun had set, and after I thought anything like this would happen, a bit of magic appeared in the sky. The sunset itself had been pretty mediocre, but this shot of pink light in the clouds made up for it.
Please continue along our creative blog circle to see what my dear friend and talented photographer Stacey Vukelj has posted. Please click HERE to see Stacey’s play on magenta light.