The snow over our heads hasn’t fallen — yet. In fact, it has snowed more and the ‘sculptures’ at my front doorstep have continued to shift and change. Here’s there latest forms.
Just wanted to share a few pictures of a storm that’s rolling through our neck of the woods. I played around and edited these a bit to enhance colour and brightness.
Was sitting out on the deck last night trying to cool off — took a series of shots of a massive thunderhead using different f-stops — here is a series showing the subtle difference.
Just thought I’d share these final photos of my garden. I didn’t spend a lot of time in my garden this year — too much rain, not enough time, away for a good portion of the summer, many excuses, none of them particularly good, but she still rewarded me with some beautiful blooms and scenery.
These pictures were taken last week — before the really heavy frosts started hitting us.
Here are some pictures I took this weekend of the fields around Bon Accord, County of Sturgeon and County of Westlock. Just to give you an idea of how beautiful it can be in this lovely season. I took them between 5;30 and 6:45 in the evening.
I played around with the colour in some of them, because one thing I did learn in my solitary photography class a few weeks ago is that the colour captured by digital cameras will never be as good as what we used to get with roll film. So, going in to tweak the colour is not cheating. It’s representing what your eye saw. Hopefully, you like what mine saw.
As I was leaving for work yesterday morning I looked out across the field adjacent to my house and this is what I saw:
I took three different exposures using my Sony Cyber-shot. I always wish I had my Nikon on hand for these shots, but then I don’t tend to get good sunrise or sunset shots with it because I don’t know how to set it up properly, so, anyway. . .
I used what I had and this is what I got. Perhaps not the greatest compositionally, but it was the colour I was after, anyway. I think the middle shot is the truest.
I love the sky and want to learn to photograph it so that it comes out the way I see it. Obviously, I’ve got lots to learn, and that’s okay. For now I’ll just subject you to my various attempts.
Have a beautiful day!