Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “water

Prairie Pothole Sunset

Prairie Pothole Sunset

 

The sun sets over a tiny water body creating a golden glow on the prairie.

In the best light…


Sunset Coulee

Sunset Coulee

 

Taking a back road on the way home, you often get treated to sights not normally seen. The road we were on overlooked a coulee and creek which caught the last light of the day,

In the best light…


Pool Of Imagination

Pool Of Imagination

 

An homage to one of my mentors, Courtney Milne, and his Pool of Possibilities.

In the best light…


River Morning

River Morning

 

Sometimes you break a few rules, but I don’t take photography “rules” very seriously. To me, they are more like suggestions. In no particular order, “you don’t split the frame in half with the horizon”, except if you like it that way. The whole image has a blue cast which some might want to correct. At another time I might have wanted to as well, but it was as I saw it. The image seems soft. This was caused by a haze in the air, which contributed to the blue cast as well. I did like the soft focus look so, I kept that as well.

The scene is over looking the Red Deer River Valley from Dry Island Buffalo Jump near Trochu, Alberta.

In the best light…


Storm In A Pond

Storm In A Pond

 

I always look for the reflection in the water. This time, the approaching storm came into view. With the toadflax in the foreground, I thought it made a uniquely prairie composition.

In the best light…