There was a surprising amount going on in this shot. I actually really enjoy a “wide” shot I made of the whole scene, the sky, the sun (which provided the back light). But this was the most aesthetically pleasing to me.
Somehow a photo of my family managed to find its way into the project again <grin>. Objective with this photo was to take a shot backlit by the sun on a very bright and decidedly sunny day. I like how it turned out, challenging lighting adding a visual punch and my eye gets trapped in the acute line from bottom left to top right. Traveling from statue to son to mother to sun and back again.
Ah the irony of this wasn’t lost on my. Turned out to me my favorite photo from this photo walk.
A simple and I think nice composition discovered at the park as we played with our son.
A colorful photograph of Seattle at night time where the city lights are illuminating the clouds from below.
I couldn’t resist publishing more than my 365 Project photo today…
What a lovely evening for photography down at Gasworks Park in Seattle. Several very nice photos but this one wins for today’s 365 Project.
A higher resolution view of the picture shows off the stars rather more clearly.
I love how this photo turned out, multiple layers and textures.
The large amount of negative space in the top right is bothersome to me, but I like it otherwise. I may well have to revisit this location and get permission to enter the dock.
Mankind’s will overpowers nature in this simple abstract observation.
Despite the frozen ground life manages to hang on. A bright day in winter for a forest floor forever in summers shadow.