Another abstraction of roses.
More going back through the photographic archives!
This morning I came across some images from 4/2011 when I was using a friend’s Nikon D70. I think this may be a Pope John Paul II white rose in my front garden. I took a number of images with an exposure long enough to let me blur the image, but short enough not to make a mess. There are about 10 that I did, some which are rather nice, I think. I like this one because of its softness, but also as I was looking at them, I was also thinking they could make for some rather interesting paintings.
And there was lux!
These are LED lamps on the table which sits in front of the studio window. Ortho Plus 80 again! I do like this film!
“The last to fall were the buildings, distant and solemn, the gravestones for an entire world.”— Dan Wells, Partials
Awhile back some friends and I went to Glendale, California, to do some street photography, and then have some excellent Persian food! We tend to do this a lot as one of our little group seems to know all the best places between here and Mars to eat. And to photograph.
A part of something, to me, is always more interesting than the whole. It is the parts which create the whole – without the parts, the whole does not exist.
An evening hike, but the camera wasn’t up to the lack of light. Pushing it by deleting the middle hump of the histogram and upping the black and white produced this. I rather like it.
Failure on my part to track and shoot, but the abstraction of this picture is, to my eyes, quite pleasant.