There are many ways to mark the seasons of the year. Is there snow? Do I see green? Is anything blooming? Do I need to rake leaves? But for a photographer, it’s all about color and light. Here are a few impressionist images that mark the seasons.
One of my images was selectd forPhotoPlace Gallery’s juried OPEN CALL 2015 exhibition. Juror Jeff Curto chose 40 photographs for the gallery exhibition, and an additional 35 photographs for display in the Online Gallery Annex on the PhotoPlace Gallery website. My image, “Icy Blue” from the Semblance series, will be in the Online GalleryAnnex.
The fall color is just beginning here, but there is enough to begin capturing some abstract frames of the leaves. I went to Cantigny yesterday and had fun looking for the color, sometimes hidden by the green, green trees. Here are a couple of abstracts:
Tonight I looked at the sunset and found a patch between trees with a bright orange sunset light falling on the ground. I tried a few new techniques to capture the semblance of the sunset, of the light and shadows and of the color. I had some interesting results!