Posts Tagged: shadows

The One That (nearly) Got Away – Another HCB Imitation, One/124

Trying to divert myself from some depressing reality today, I came across another Cartier Bresson imitation today (to follow two earlier posts), possibly the best I have created. It really was a rapidly assessed moment –  as I glanced through

The One That (nearly) Got Away – Another HCB Imitation, One/124

Trying to divert myself from some depressing reality today, I came across another Cartier Bresson imitation today (to follow two earlier posts), possibly the best I have created. It really was a rapidly assessed moment –  as I glanced through

The remains of the flowers, and depth of field

Well, the flowers that have kept me occupied recently are all but over, but here are three more Still Life images, one with the tin box, and the second two images with some different props. The much anticipated sunlight appeared

The remains of the flowers, and depth of field

Well, the flowers that have kept me occupied recently are all but over, but here are three more Still Life images, one with the tin box, and the second two images with some different props. The much anticipated sunlight appeared

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shadows (from the past)

Another image from an old slide…somewhere in France, twenty years ago… I love the shadow play here, but it needs a person in that pool of light at the back, a la Cartier Bresson…… So, converted to monochrome to give

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shadows (from the past)

Another image from an old slide…somewhere in France, twenty years ago… I love the shadow play here, but it needs a person in that pool of light at the back, a la Cartier Bresson…… So, converted to monochrome to give

Thursday’s Special: Clandestine

This week, Paula has given us five words from which to choose one or more to illustrate…I am choosing Clandestine. First up, the literal illustration – this was a hidden printer, used to create the clandestine publications produced by the

Thursday’s Special: Clandestine

This week, Paula has given us five words from which to choose one or more to illustrate…I am choosing Clandestine. First up, the literal illustration – this was a hidden printer, used to create the clandestine publications produced by the

Autumn light

Went for a short wander this morning as it was such a beautiful day, and was struck by the strength of the sun, and hence the shadows. Should have stuck an ND filter on and got a better sky… I

Autumn light

Went for a short wander this morning as it was such a beautiful day, and was struck by the strength of the sun, and hence the shadows. Should have stuck an ND filter on and got a better sky… I

Travel Theme: Short

Over at her blog, “Where’s my Backpack?”, Ailsa has chosen Short as the Travel Theme for this week… I wanted to think beyond short animals etc etc, but couldn’t resist posting an image of my friend’s dog running through wild

Travel Theme: Short

Over at her blog, “Where’s my Backpack?”, Ailsa has chosen Short as the Travel Theme for this week… I wanted to think beyond short animals etc etc, but couldn’t resist posting an image of my friend’s dog running through wild

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge as set by Cheri is ‘From Lines to Patterns’ this week. From my recent trip to Italy, I have a couple of monochrome images of shadows from some railings in La Raccolte delle Acque, the

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge as set by Cheri is ‘From Lines to Patterns’ this week. From my recent trip to Italy, I have a couple of monochrome images of shadows from some railings in La Raccolte delle Acque, the

Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract

Sonel has us finding abstract images for this week’s Black and White Photo Challenge. I have taken a couple of images recently that I thought would fit this theme, and a rummage through the archive produced a third.. The shadows

Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract

Sonel has us finding abstract images for this week’s Black and White Photo Challenge. I have taken a couple of images recently that I thought would fit this theme, and a rummage through the archive produced a third.. The shadows