Outside the Glass

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When nature and schedules make getting out to do photography challenging, I find alternatives to satisfy my need to create.  Light filtering through the bushes outside a basement window presents layers of line, shape and texture to catch the eye.

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Ripples Around Isle Royale

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I couldn’t help but notice how much this composition reminded me of the shape of Lake Superior including Isle Royale.

Still Drifting…

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Every time I open Lightroom and see the images in the collection, I can’t help seeing something new.  A little while later, something wonderful emerges.  It’s almost, but not quite enough to make me wish we would get another good snow with wind so I can go out and capture more drifts.

Birch Curl

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Birch bark curls are fun to study and photograph.  They come in all shapes and sizes and speak the to organic flow of nature.

The Shape of Snow, Last One…Maybe!

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Who knows if I’ll catch sight of another set of snowdrifts as I drive along a road in an open area prone to drifting?  But, I suppose if that happens, and I have a camera, I’ll stop the car and spend time searching for the right combination of light and shadow inherent in snowdrifts everywhere.

Sony RX100 Mk5, ISO 100, 8.8mm, f/2.2, 1/1000 sec.

Silver Efex Pro 2, Preset 032 Film Noir 3, Kodak Tri-X 400TX Pro

South Pier in Four Parts, Pt. 1

Structure, steel framework carving out a slice of the sky.

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