Because of restrictions, I find myself walking in the same places most of the time. Everytime I pass these two trees, they feel like a contrasting pair.
Although it is early summer, as you can see with the dew on the grass, early in the morning, it is still cool.
I’m trying to remember which philosopher it was who talked about the power of being able to see the world a-new. Right now, we are all quite restricted where we can go and I find myself trying to find a new view of familar places. This morning I was rewarded with a blue sky to contrast with the red leaves. If I am being a techie, I notice that the scene shows additive primary colours (RGB).
What have you been intersted in during the lockdown?
Where I live (quite rural but near a large town), I see lots of families walking and riding bicycles in the sunshine.
I saw this when I went for a walk a couple of days ago. It was about 6.30am.
Sometimes I like to listen to something when I’m walking and sometimes I prefer silence. My favourite sound is the birds singing before sunrise (remember back to walking home after a night out).
I can’t believe I took this almost 20 years ago!
The night before, I had driven down from Atlanta. The last few miles had been quite slow because deer kept jumping from the side of the road (might have made interesting pictures) in what was quite a rural area. Finally we pulled up at the motel and piled into our rooms.
The next moring, my mum was thumping on my door – to show me the sunrise. I think I walked about 5 feet from my door – and took this picture. Can’t say I deliberated long and hard. But I still like it.
Incidentally, Cedar Key is a nice place. Quite low-key. Must go back one day.
Technically, I took this with my first digital camera a Nikon Coolpix 950, which produced 2 megapixel images.
I was on my way to work, when I passed this field. So I stopped and took a photo.
A few years ago Chase Jarvis – a prominent photographer – released a book about “the best camera being the one you have with you” – showing his snaps with an iPhone. Part of the appeal of the book was the range of things which he photographed – which he though were worth photographing.
I don’t like my phone to take photos, but I do like it for the afterwards, the reviewing and post-processing.
And it is great for taking a quick picture on the way to work.