I managed to get out for a short photowalk at lunchtime today. That gave me just enough time to make my way to the woods at Taylor Creek and go leaf hunting. I didn't have to look far... actually, I just needed to look down. The dappled light did all the work for me - all I needed to do was press the shutter. No post-processing needed on this one; Mother Nature set it all up perfectly.
Even in the dead of winter, colour abounds… if you look close enough. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/50924356427/in/photostream/
Trying something different on for size. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/50914780103/in/photostream/
I recently had the good fortune to visit Bermuda for the first time, and couldn't help but marvel at the strikingly simple geometry and gorgeous colours of Bermudian architecture.They say you're not supposed to shoot after 10 and before 4 to avoid the harsh daytime light. Consider that rule broken.All shots from my Fujifilm X-T2 … Continue reading Photo Essay #17: No B&W here
For my 10th photo essay in my 100X series, here are some early tulips.