Lost to time, alone on the hill, the house sits letting nature take it’s toll.
Areas of light and dark in the small crevices along the shore highlight the abstract patterns in ice.
Spring…water is in motion, moving to merge with the greater body and on to the sea.
Winter seems to lend itself to black and white photography. Most color has left for the season, leaving only the play of light and shadow on the landscape of mostly white. It’s at this time I enjoy seeking out the flowing, organic forms of snowdrifts. With the right lighting, the curves and edges create wonderful abstract forms similar to those found in areas where water and wind have worn the soft rock into amazing shapes. But, where those took thousands, if not millions, of years to form, these can form in minutes.
Sony RX100MV, ISO 100, 12.2mm, f/2.8, 1/1250 sec
Processed with Silver Efex Pro 2, Preset 031 Film Noir 2, Llford FP4 Plus 125