You know we all fall into patterns with our likes and dislikes, and this photo represents something I’m always partial to capturing. I like having layers to my photos and I love a very repetitive look with one anomaly in it. The colors of the birches contrast so well with the hut, too. What are some of your preferences when making shots?
Driving down the Alaska Highway through British Columbia, we came upon this gorgeous red shed standing amidst the birches. The entire area is a photographer’s dream, and this is one of my favorite shots from that trip. I can’t wait to go back to BC…maybe this summer…
In North America train travel is all but a thing of the past. Yes, I know you can still do it, but it’s seems like it’s more of a nostalgia thing that a transportation thing. Except for a few folks on the lines into New York City or San Francisco, there’s not too much train travel to commute or even to get from one side of the country to another. It’s just not convenient or even affordable enough. This photo was taken in Canada and it is basically a tourist train for people visiting the Gold Rush sites. [...]
Continue reading Photo Art – Train of Yesteryear
Why is it that I love old? I like rust, gray hair, wrinkles, delapidation…and all kinds of signs of the eroding of time. Not on me, of course; just in my photography. It makes it feel real. I tell you, I’m a sucker for the run down. What’s something you like to take photos of that is a bit…different?