Tag Archive: light

Light Relief, NYC—Wordless Wednesday

Evening Walk—Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday – After the storm

Wordless Wednesday

Tag, Pier I Riverside Park, NYC 6/12/16

Central Park Gold: iPhone vs. Camera

“The blue sky peeks at me quite far away Through the warm golden yellow autumn trees They look like gold placed against the blue day” From Golden Yellow Trees by Russell Sivey.  

Shape and shadow

As the seasons change, the slanting light from the lower sun spotlights form and colour.  Shot with Leica M9 and Nikon D300.

Afloat in Mooselookmeguntic

Swimming floats, favorite icons of summer, on a remote northern Maine lake with the onomatopoeic name of Mooselookmeguntic, weather four seasons in one day. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Afloat.”

Bright Light, Big City—iPhone v Camera

Early spring light throws sharp edges around New York street scenes. We take different approaches: Mr DW likes the people. Mrs likes the buildings. On a Sunday morning, we each took to the streets in our own way. Mr… Continue reading

Step Into Liquid

It’s a funny time of year, this in-between winter and spring. The strengthening sunlight says, “spring!”; the chill of the shadows says, “winter!”

A Lesson in Discipline

We can resist anything except temptation. Shooting digital brings temptation—the ability to see immediately whether we nailed the shot and the ability to do it over (and over and over) again. For this… Continue reading