Long exposure photography on a foggy morning at the Marin Headlands. It is finally raining in the Central Valley of California!
Martis’ Creek Cabin near Tahoe last year was surrounded by yellow aspens and reminds me of the poem Autumn Day by Reiner Maria Rilke
“You need to drive 100 miles south to get the sun in the middle of the frame.”
I found this vintage frame at a neighborhood in Arcata, California.
This post is about a long hike in a Redwoods forest of Humboldt County, what I took for photography, and my photography settings while there.
In this post I show a few examples of abstractions in monochrome, following up with the previous one, which was about abstractions in color.
ICM photography on a gorgeous morning
Architectural photographs highlighting the interplay of light and shadow
I don’t know if wave splashes in long exposure have any artistic value, but they are sure fun to obtain. They are also impossible to replicate. Taking a long exposure photograph is looking at the scene in whole different away. It is magical, it slows up the time for your eye to see. A fewContinue reading “Splash”
Photograph on display at Gallery 625 in Woodland, as part of the exhibit: Light Shadow, Reflection.