Hello and happy November. Todays image was just taken this past Saturday 10/30/2021. To me it is a quintessential Autumn shot with color, texture and the theme of breaking down - the end of life. Enjoy.
I’ve never posted these three before because I thought my fogged up camera lens ruined them. However, I might have been wrong. 11 years after I took these photos I really like the mood the fogged lens creates. Enjoy.
I can’t tell which one I would like best to see in print. I really love the sepia because it has it’s own special vintage feeling like a scene from primordial times. However I also really love the blue tint because to me it lends itself more to the frosty chill of the morning. decisions decisions.
If you have followed this blog for a long time you know that I focus more on abstracts than nature shots when posting different photographs. That is because nature really only interests me about 5 months out of the year. Primarily October through February. The spring and summer months I can take it or leave it. I don’t find nature that inspiring March through September, photographically speaking. I’m not against it – as I have seen some absolutely stunning photographs from Spring and Summertime – it just isn’t my “thing”. So since we are into the month of October I’ve decided to post only nature shots this month. Enjoy. And for those that love the abstracts – they will be back again. Oh, and just to clarify; these are not new photos. They are from years past.
The paradox that is known as America.
Cold, dark, windy night
Trees shudder; dead leaves unchained
Make fierce their escape