Green is the color of summer, of the woods, trees. Nature’s best hue. We live in an area that is even more green than most places in the country.
I think every photographer has a few subjects that he or she just loves shooting, but no one quite “gets it.” Except me … and other photographers.
My oddball thing are wires, hoses, knots, rope, and other things that are complicated and twisted. Tangles of things, including roads. There’s no logical reason why I find these interesting to shoot, but I do. And, here are a few!
At first, I couldn’t think of anything appropriate … and then, I saw Cee’s pictures and a light bulb went off somewhere in my brain.
The lens makes rainbows as direct sun passes through it. We call it chromatic aberration, but it is also refraction.
The bare branches of the cherry trees make a shadow show against the gray stone. Hard to tell where the branches end and the shadows start. The church is on Main Street in Amherst, Massachusetts.
The water of the Blackstone River formed strange reflections. Abstract though they appear, they are actually distorted reflections of trees along the banks. The pictures were naturally almost black and white, so it took very little to complete the process.