The Story Behind “Night Falls”
“…the thin, misty fog that obscures, as if drawing a gauzy veil across the world..”
“…their footprints would last only as long as it took for one or two waves to smooth out the sand, erasing evidence of their passing…”
“…the motion of the water under the thin ice had created ripples and ridges on the surface, which may have just re-frozen the night before…”
“Always Look Behind You” is advice many advanced photographers give to those just starting out. This is the story of why that’s a good idea.
Might Pantone have named 2020 “The Year of Classic Blue” because of my image? Hmmm…
“One should not only photograph things for what they are but for what else they are.” – Minor White
The Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California have more to offer for photography than just those famous rocks…
An ankle-twisting hike over rocks in the dark paid off for a sunrise image over the salt flats of Death Valley
“Impermanence is a Buddhist doctrine that asserts that all of existence is transient.”
“Long exposure scenes of ocean surf at the shoreline.”
“When nature hands you frozen lemons, you shoot ice-code lemonade!”
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