I went out as the evening was coming on. The air was clear, weather warm, and the sun was rapidly disappearing over the western trees. This little creek caught the last light of the sun.
After a year of so much black and white, the richness of the natural world is suddenly so voluptuous!
It’s always fun to get out of your own neighborhood and into someone else’s and just walk. I’ve been here once before, but during the daylight hours. At night or in the gloaming, this bit of sidewalk could lead to disaster . . .
Sometimes things lend themselves very well to black and white conversion. Sometimes they don’t. I had to work to even get the lamp’s post to show. At one point the light looked like teeth floating in the middle of nowhere. I can’t say I am thrilled with the results of the B&W conversion, but I was amused by those teeth for quite awhile.
Oot and aboot along a trail, and here was this on the way home. See that starburst in the upper light? Not planned at all – just saw it when I was processing the image.
Stopped to head home, I realized, this is a corner, and snagged the picture.
Wish I were heading out with them!
We went for a walk in the mountains this evening . . .