Yesterday a couple of flattened perspective stills. Today some detail shots. I have been thinking about the idea that in a sense, there is a microcosm of the universe in what I can see in the short distances I can travel from my front door on foot in an hour or two. My almost daily routine is to go out with my camera from somewhere between an hour before sunrise to sunrise and walk for an hour or two until I return to my front door. I take pictures along the way. Every day there are different conditions, different kinds of light, different details that I pick up on. I change out my lens from time to time and only bring the one lens with me. The lens then dictates to some degree what the subject matter can be. I have been doing this for about 8 or 9 months now and have not run out of subject material. Today’s shots are fleeting details from my walk yesterday:
The snow has been light and the preferred method of removal is a broom. Its almost like dusting for finger prints but instead its footprints.
I like the pattern of the weeds against the snow here. Taken in an empty lot in Beacon.
Ditto, this one.
This one is my favorite. I feel like composition, depth of field, minimal simplicity, all come together for a good photograph.
And that is it for today. Hope you enjoy.