It took a while, but our tree finally turned. For about 2 weeks, the tree was mostly green with just the tips turning orange. This morning the morning sun lit the orange leaves beautifully.
The morning sun rise was beautiful. I framed the Zebra Grass in the foreground, silhouetted against the beautiful sky.
Meredith loves the forest, we shot this to emphasize the beautiful trees in their Autumn foliage.
What started out as a dreary, rainy, fall day, turned into a beautiful Autumn evening for Meredith’s Senior Photo Shoot in Midland County.
I love this time of the year, the smell of Fall is in the air, leaves are ablaze with brilliant colors, and the pumpkins, apples, squash, and gourds are ready for harvest. Ahhh, Autumn in Michigan.
Gas prices in the United States have risen so high over the last 4 years, that $3.67 seems like a very good deal.
Autumn is upon us and the leaves are blazing with color.
At one time or another, we’ve all been told to “Get your ducks in a row”.
Work Bench, shot with iPhone 4S and processed in Dynamic Light and Snapseed for the “grunge” effect, which I think fits nicely with this scene.
Yesterday was the Last Day of Summer, so today we celebrate the First Day of Autumn, also known as, Autumnal Equinox. The new season brings with it the colorful leaves, football, baseball playoffs and the world series.
Looking out at the last day of Summer.
The simple lines of the lights against the texture of the brick create a simple elegance. I processed this photo in Photoshop CS5 using HDR Toning to accent the detail.
There are two ways to look at it…
I see nice contrast between the black and white keys with distinct lines and angles formed by the spaces between the keys; to me, it’s an opportunity for a nice black and white photo. To a musician, these keys are the tools to open the door to an infinite number of melodies that make wonderful music. I love to listen to music, but I am not able to make the keys produce a sound that is pleasing to the ear. I am limited in my use of the keys; a photo in black and white.
The hand. We often take them for granted. We shake hands as we meet people, wave hello to our friends, and use them to make all types of “hand made” goods. When you’re hand is sore, you begin to realize just how much we all need our hands.
We went to Chicago to visit Justin at Concordia University this weekend. One of my favorite activities was the Architectural Cruise aboard the Sea Dog. What a great way to see Chicago at night. I wasn’t sure how my photos would turn out with so little light available and no tripod. I shot this one at ISO 3200 with a shutter speed of 1/50th second at f5. This is the Wrigley building. If you ever travel to Chicago, take a Sea Dog boat cruise out of Navy Pier.