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Smoky Sunset

Smoky Sunset

 

The sun was trying to shine through multiple layers of cloud and smoke. Everything came together in a simple click. No matter what kind of light there is, you can still work with it to find a shot.

In the best light…


Frilly Flower

Frilly Flower

 

Another flower that I don’t remember the name. It is an exercise in depth of field. A couple of hours in my Mother’s flower garden gives me a wide selection of images to work on.

All of the images this week were taken handheld with my Nikon D300s, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8.

In the best light…


Morning Glory

Morning Glory

 

This week’s posts are brought to you courtesy of my Mother’s garden. The morning glory can be hard to photograph. In this image, the stamen and the far side of the trumpet are sharp but the near edge is out of focus. The colour is also hard to manage. On my main screen, the flower looks blue with purplish veins and on another monitor it looks purple. On location, it might have been a bit in between.

In the best light…


White Flower

White Flower

 

Summertime in my Mother’s garden is like a festival of flowers. There are so many varieties, it is hard to keep track of the names. She knows most of them and could probably tell you the name of this one. I’m sure she told me but I didn’t write it down and so the name is lost for me. So, for now, it’s White Flower.

In the best light…


Alberta Pacific On A Cloudy Day

Alberta Pacific On A Cloudy Day

 

The old Alberta Pacific Grain Elevator is one of my favourite subjects. It is something of an anomaly, it stands next to the highway but no roads lead to it, and has outlasted the railway that it served. The building fades but it still stands, marking the seasons.

In the best light…


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