As I have worked on these images, I’ve tried to come up with titles for each. So far, titles elude me and I think that’s OK. For some of my images, I feel adding a title forces my perception of what has been created on to the viewer, I don’t feel that is the right thing to do. So, with that in mind, feel free to be creative with your own title if you wish.
I was holding a binder clip and…
I’ve found that when taking a day to bum around with my camera, that it’s important to occasionally stop, take a break and absorb the incredible beauty I live so close to. On a day such as this, I was gifted with many photo ops, but also with awe inspiring scenes to take home as memories. I truly am lucky to live where I do and cherish every moment I get to spend visiting locations, not only along the shore of Lake Superior, but also the forests and rivers in the area.
While on a recent hike along the shore of Lake Superior, I saw a sky and lake worth capturing with the idea of using negative space to illustrate the the vastness of Lake Superior. The clouds added an extra dimension to the surface of the lake, with the distant lighthouse added for scale. Cropping gave the image a painterly look.
Sony RX100 Mk5
Although I am able to still work during these trying times, I am not getting out and running around much to practice my photography. Like so many other photographers I am finding ways to be creative at home. In this instance, a wilting tulip leaf provided some inspiration.