While out walking the dog two weeks ago, I happened upon these five trees and thought it would make a nice composition. What I saw was the contrast between the whitebark and the dark background. I also noted that these trees had already shed their leaves, while the ones in the background had barely begun to change color. While I do like this, it was taken in the morning and I think that it may look better in the evening when the light would be coming from the right and the tone would probably be a little warmer. I may also want to walk to the right and possibly choose a different angle.
Another photograph from 23 October. This one is of an area that I posted in June, Pond. I had been hoping to revisit it when the time and coloring were different. I had almost forgot about it, but as I was turning up the path I turned back to check it out. I’m glad I did because I think that the fog and partial fall coloring made it worthwhile.
As mentioned in my last post we spent the second week of July out near the Shenandoah Mtns. The photograph above was taken on our last morning there. I was looking to capture the sunlight coming through the trees at sunrise. The sun was already risen and past the “golden hour”, but because of the mountains I was still able to capture some of the nice light. I also wanted to capture it coming through the trees.
Quick post as I had forgotten to prepare on earlier this week. The above photograph is from 2018 during a family trip to Rehobeth Beach. I decided that due to the midday sunlight this looked better as a B&W. Hope everyone likes it.
Quick photograph from last Sunday. Took an early walk along the path near my home. Saw these daisies and thought they may make a nice composition.
Another shot from our 2017 family vacation. This is of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and was taken on the same cruise as the Seal image that I posted last week. Hope to get out in the next few weeks to take some new stuff.
Another picture from our trip to Maine in 2017. While there we took a cruise with Bass Harbor Island Cruises and saw some seals along with other wildlife. This is a picture of a single seal laying on the rocks.
Path near my home. I’ve been going out here to practice taking pictures and work on my composition skills. I’ve also been trying out new Lightroom techniques. For this picture I like the way the path curves and then disappears into the woods.