Shot for Iron Photographer 214, the elements of which are as follows:
1 – a plastic bag
2 – something orange
3 – illuminated by interior sunlight falling on the floor (or other flat surface)
The first element is a plastic bag. We don’t care what sort of plastic bag it is — sandwich size baggie, those appalling plastic shopping bags littering trees all over the world, recyclable plastic garbage bag — doesn’t matter. Nor do we care how large or small it is, or what color it is (with the obvious exception mentioned in the next element definition), or what condition it’s in. All we care about is that you include a plastic bag as an important element in the photograph.
The second element is something orange. Anything orange — EXCEPT it cannot be the plastic bag in the first element. As always, each element must be a separate object.
The artistic element is that the photograph must be illuminated by interior sunlight falling on the floor (or other flat surface). I’m talking about that patch of light the cat or dog likes to sleep in. We anticipate this will involve some attractive shadow patterns, but that’s not necessarily part of the element.