I’ve always been a fan of low horizons … especially when the sky is interesting enough to deserve the extra attention. If you follow this blog it’s likely you’ve seen some, mixed in among my landscape posts. Here are a few recent images with skies that attracted my eye. I see them as giant canvases that Mother Nature has painted for us to enjoy. Like abstract paintings I find the shapes, patterns and colors very appealing. Standing before them and soaking in the panorama is always rewarding. The views feed my mind, body and soul! And, I’m grateful for the opportunity to experience these beautiful moments with my camera!
Month: November 2018
It has been a while since I’ve posted the weathered little structures found along the way. I’ve been all wrapped up in shooting and then processing my fall foliage images! This set shows several photos that document the finds and record their existence. They’ve been patiently waiting to be shared. Evoking all kinds of questions I wonder who built them, used them, and what are their stories?
Eager to get caught up, and get on with new work, I’ve posted my remaining autumn landscape images in one, big MEGA-POST! This collection (much larger than usual) is a sort of potpourri of images that didn’t fit into other posts, fell through the cracks, or were shot later in the season. As mentioned in an earlier entry, I went out a lot and really worked our local peak colors! I processed many more, then edited the selections to include only my favorites … those with something special or different than what I’ve shown before. Snow came to the peaks on October 4th which added beauty to the mountain scenery while forshadowing the long winter to come! I always appreciate your visits and hope you enjoy this ‘Autumn Extravaganza’ … happy scrolling!
What? … can’t get enough autumn scenery! Scroll down to see other autumn posts including; ‘Reflecting Autumn’, ‘Fall Along Fence Lines’, ‘Autumn Roads – 2018’, ‘Million Dollar Magic’, ‘Intimate & Isolated’, and ‘Complementary Companions’. Click ‘Denise Bush’s Photo Blog’ to return ‘home’. I love hearing from you … feel free to leave a comment at the end of any post.