Day 38 finds me revisiting Day 37, as I post a slightly different take on the same view. Different time of day, slightly different positioning and a bit less cropping creates for a different photo (but in the same family).
Day 37’s photo was taken from my mom’s porch in Virginia. She has the most amazing view – it makes me a little jealous (although just a little bit). But I get to take advantage of it and get some
Day 28, after multiple kitten photos, goes back to a more traditional black and white landscape. I like the pattern in this one of the wooden posts – patterns are one of the things I’m strongly attracted to in a
Taken from the car window (as a passenger, not the driver), this Day 18 photo is deliberately low key and moody, focusing on shadows and the dark, which seemed to fit the single tree out by its lonesome in a
Back to the Michigan pool for Day 15. I especially like the angle of the bridge, creating a line that basically crosses from corner to corner. I went high key on this one – I’m not sure why other than
Day 12 may be the day where I turn a corner. I really like this photo and it feels richer and deeper than some of my previous work. I’m finding myself more and more asking myself what looks good to
Day 3 of the 365 project. For Day 3, I went away from abstract and more into fine art rendition. I used a somewhat grainy look with a sepia style sort of filter as I tried to aim for something