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Tag Archives: Color
It is just about a year now that this blog went live. This will be the 61st entry. Most have been short essays.
Taking winter pictures that tell the story of cold, assuming it is or was cold, presents a problem. The most appealing winter images are bright, sunny and usually presented in color tones that suggest anything other then cold.
Below the tree line on the faces of the Rocky Mountains is the forest, here made up mostly of Lodge Pole pines and some Spruce in the valley bottoms.
My photography companion and AIFI contributor Harvey and I were in the foothills and eastern slopes of the front range in mid October.
Here are two images, made seconds apart, with the same camera, holding all but one variable more or less constant.
What Is It About Fall Color that seems to stimulate deep emotions? In our geographic and climatic zone not many trees that grow here turn bright red.
I will start out by saying no. Being your resident scientists and philosopher of science what else did you expect. In this essay I am presenting three different versions of the same image along with other stuff.
We as viewers often encounter images or other objects of art that “speak to us” that draw some emotion or feeling from within ourselves. Let us examine some variations on a theme, that in one way or another, attempt to … Continue reading
My friend and fellow AIFI contributor Harvey and I were scouting for future interesting images. Checking out the potential as it were.