This week, for an added challenge, I've decided to make photos in the style of William Eggleston. For those who don't know Eggleston or his work, you can start with Wikipedia or a simple image search to get a sense of his visual style. You could simply describe most of his photos as highly saturated, warm Kodachromes of nothing.
These tulips are exploding with photons.
Sometimes it's nice to focus on shapes & shadows and leave the colour behind
If I was an ant living near Dow's Lake, I sure would be happier if Ottawa's urban development was a little more cohesive and didn't pander so much to the developers. It's too bad Gréber didn't have Haussmann's or L'Enfant's vision, cojones or clout...
Our local forests have been absolutely ravaged by the emerald ash borer, an invasive insect that has laid waste to billions of trees in Canada's forests over the past 15-20 years.
This is getting old, folks. It really is.