I took a stroll through the city on a sunny day and took lots of pictures of sunshine and shadows.
In these uncertain times it’s nice to know that some things don’t change. Spring comes and flowers bloom. I took these photos during a recent walk through the city and a local cemetery.
As I was taking a city walk one evening, this building caught my eye. I mean, look at it, that dusty pink color, the light, the shadows, basically everything. I took this shot from the sidewalk, and then walked in closer, looking for more shots. The great thing about digital photography is that there’s no cost for taking pictures and you can just delete any you don’t like. So, take as many as you want, experiment with different compositions, look for interesting textures and colors, and try out unusual camera angles. And most of all, have fun!
I took this shot, concentrating on the corner of the building and the shadows.
I love the yellow color of this pole against the pink of the building. The black window frame also adds interest to the composition.
I walked to the other side of the building and created this composition.
I used the rule of thirds to create this minimalist composition. Aren’t the textures great?
Then I looked up and captured this shot. I love the pink building against the blue sky.
This just a selection of my favorites from the shots I took. Some were duds that I will delete, but I had a fun time and hopefully improved my photographers eye.
The sun was shining after the morning rains and the light was beautiful. I grabbed my camera and headed out to enjoy the day.
The trees were full of colorful leaves.
And so were the sidewalks.
There were mums on the porches.
And pumpkins in window boxes.