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“Visual ideas combined with technology combined with personal interpretation equals photography. Each must hold its own; if it doesn’t, the thing collapses.”
I was out today playing with making double exposures in camera…when I looked at the images after I got home, I realized that they are chock full of details at scale. So I figured why not.
Here is my First attempt at scale:
Other details of scale:
“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
The Weekly Photo Challenge is Converge.
A sunset trio of convergences from Riverbank State Park:
As I post this at 10:29 PM EDT the Autumn Equinox is here. In New York, the summer was not very summer like. I will miss it anyway as it was a momentous season for my family.
I went down to the river this evening to say goodbye to the summer. The wind was blowing hard and the temperature was dropping. Fall is here. These are a few of the images that I brought back.
Ailsa’s Theme is: Horizons
The WP Weekly Photo Challenge is: Silhouettes. (WP’s real challenge this week is their unexplainable “fix” to the posting screen but that is another post.)
August 23, Duck Harbor, Wellfleet MA
Other views on the horizon in silhouette
The challenge is something you love. It doesn’t actually have to be anything to do with summer but, why not. This is from Wellfleet, Massachusetts, a place I truly love.