This week's scavenger was wicked easy. Take snaps all week and then....post 5 photographer's favorites. The hard part was keeping it down to five.
This week warmth and sun finally arrived. Last evening my friends and me were all wearing shorts (temps to 90 which is kind of rare in Maine), and remarking we still had winter gloves and warm jackets handy and hadn't put them away yet. Two weeks back, we needed them. Weird.
The arrival of warmth, sun and long light offered a reminder that this IS my favorite time of year-what I long for. I was out chasing images until 8 p.m. To me that is the best.
In the Grass
This shot says "summer" to me.
Taken at a nature center in the next town over. This hillside locale gets beautiful late day light. Hard to find an open western exposure when you're on the East coast.
I've been playing with sunflare and lens flare a lot, maybe too much....so sue me. I love the result.
BTW....I did sit a spell in one of those chairs and it was delightful.
This is a once in a lifetime shot....never be able to get exactly this again. Near docks and pilings, late day light against subtle water ripples. Way cool. The longer I shoot images, the more I appreciate abstractions.
Ford 1936 Pick Up BW
I have a hard time passing by an antique car. They're like magnets for me. This old pick up is in perfect condition. I like the reflections too.
It's nice weather again today, so off to enjoy it. Hope you have a chance to get out and enjoy the light too. Photography is 90% about light I hear. Thanks for stopping by.