Thoughts on using processing techniques to enhance reality or alter moods. And ice. Lots and lots of ice.
Another thing that is wonderful about winter is the shadows. The sun never gets very high and without the canopy on the trees, shadows abound! The snow blanket creates such great shapes and textures. It's really a fun thing to shoot. Ok, and so there's a plant in snow, too. Could you resist? Nope.... Continue Reading →
So as much as a big, sweeping landscape captures the attention and I love doing them, but I also get caught by little details and vignettes. Especially leaves in snow! That gorgeous sunlight doesn't always cooperate, but when it does, I obsess a little. The texture it brings up is amazing and mostly lost... Continue Reading →
Yes, it's finally gone. What with the 2 feet of wet snow in April I didn't think it would. But since I've been so caught up in other things and have ignored this blog, you get to have a little more! Aren't you lucky? Trail shots are a weakness of mine as you know. Nothing's... Continue Reading →