Ambience/Ambiance: Weekly Photo Challenge

It was Margie over at Fueled by Chocolate blog who alerted me to the two possibilities of spelling and inspired the title of this post and Jeff Golenski at WordPress challenged bloggers to post a photo illustrating ambience

And then my neighbor, Joaquin, is always encouraging me to make photographs with the things I have in my home. I took his advice tonight and thought I might do a whole series of ambience/ambiance- creating still lifes to lift my spirits.

I definitely lifted my mood by creating this little scene.  My original intent was to show the tulips in the hammered aluminum pitcher but since I have been knitting all week I went to my living room bookshelf and found the rabbit figurines waiting to be photographed.  Oh and I pulled out the good camera instead of the phone today.  It’s that wonderful Canon 50mm 1.2 L series lens that allowed me to take the shot with scant light.

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“Ambience is the atmosphere of one’s surrounding environment. It basically boils down to how one’s surroundings impact the human senses and alter the feelings of an individual. Things like light, temperature, smell, sound, and sometimes taste, all work together to create ambience. The term ambience usually refers to a positive atmosphere that uplifts a person’s mood. As an example, one might say, “Wow, this place has real ambience!”

16 thoughts on “Ambience/Ambiance: Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Pingback: Ambience: Winter Sunset | What's (in) the picture?

  2. I love the notion of our environment improving our mood. So very much needed lately. Your pic is a very soothing, peaceful setting. Looking at it does make me feel a bit better. ❤

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