“The near stillness recalls what is forgotten, extinct angels.” –Georg Trakl
I spent this past weekend camping in Mirror Lake State Park near Lake Delton, Wisconsin. The leaves are changing but probably a week or two away from peak autumn color.
To get to the best picnic spot in the park, little superman decided to walk up the big hill instead of fly. Of course, he also decided to roll down.
The monkey bars, the swings, the slides, and the fire poles. My son visited all of them multiple times on this summer morning visit to the playground.
One of the great things about my 365 project, is the necessity to experiment, or riff, on different styles and techniques.
“Paint me a blue sky. May the colors run true. That I may look to the Heavens, when I search for the truth.” —Ian Moore , “Blue Sky” from his debut album.
Since I didn’t have an opportunity to shoot a 365 project image today, I went back through some older RAW images looking for some unprocessed gems and found this 2013 shot of the Swiss Lanes bowling alley in New Glarus, Wisconsin.
On a short walk at Three Bridges Park in the Menomonee Valley area of Milwaukee, I shot this amber grass covered hill with the partly cloudy blue sky in the background. My goal with this image was to capture the contrasting (sometime referred to complementary) colors of the orange of the native plants and blue… Continue reading Blue and Amber
This shot came about more from wanting to test my new ICE 10-stop neutral density filter, rather than from a creative idea. I knew I wanted water and possibly clouds (although the clouds weren’t really moving fast enough) in the shot but other than that, I had know idea what I was going to get.… Continue reading Lincoln Memorial Drive