Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “snow

Winter Gardens

Winter Gardens

 

There was very little color out on the day this was photographed. The two previous in this series, I processed in black and white. In this image there was a hint of blue in the overcast sky and some of the deciduous trees had a reddish brown color to them, so I thought I would keep the pastel tones. The bridge and temple bell blend into the landscape, as if natural.

In the best light…


Snowy Evergreens

Snowy Evergreens

 

Back to our photo op at Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens in Lethbridge, Alberta. Facing a scene where the landscape has been manicured, some times it is difficult to reduce a composition to a less “all encompassing” view that first greets you. A small arched bridge gave me a place to start.

In the best light…


Nikka Yuko Morning

Nikka Yuko Morning

 

On a cold (-20c) New Year’s Eve morning just after the break of day, my buddy Mike and I were walking along Henderson Lake looking for photo ops after the sunrise proved unspectacular. We happened along the open back gate to Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens in Lethbridge after the sidewalk sweeper had entered. We wandered about undisturbed at a very quiet time in the morning. It allowed me to take some time composing shots to take advantage of the beauty of the scene.

In the best light…


Almost Empty Field

Almost Empty Field

 

Sometimes, for whatever reason, a hay bale gets left behind. Occasionally, they get picked up but this one got caught in an early season snowstorm. You can see where the wind left a large drift that wraps around the bale on the windward side. At sometime, a coyote has visited this bale to discover if mice have made their home here. Life, in a microcosm.

In the best light…


Flame Over Fog

Flame Over Fog

 

There are parts of Vermillion Lakes that are open in the winter, due to a warm spring feeding the lake water. When the thermometer drops, the mist rises off of the water. The clouds are lit by the setting sun and have turned a brilliant red/orange. It doesn’t matter when I visit Banff National Park, I always find something great to photograph.

In the best light…


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,263 other followers