On the very first day of looking, Wyatt and I had spent a few hours outside on a nature walk. We sat on a grassy little spot to rest and he gathered sticks as I basked in the warm sun. Of the dozens of twigs he bundled together, one was a bright white sample of a birch tree. I love the contrast against the green, sprouting grass and brown earth and twigs.
On the second day (how I wish I could say sixth), I found myself admiring one of my favorite art pieces in my home, which lives on my mantel: a cultured marble sculpture of God reaching out to His beloved creation, Adam.
This is my favorite of all of my "white" photos. It kind of counts as white-on-white since all of the cherubim and the Lord are all composed of the most pristine white carrara marble.
I like the perspective in this one. I tried to get Adam's point of view, since his is the same as ours. I'm slowly getting the hang of this bokeh-thing...I tried to just focus on their hands and lightly blur out the rest.