~ Hello and good Monday everyone!~
With the seasons starting to change, I cant help but feel the need to capture the fleeting colors of fall as they co-mingle with the frost. I personally prefer frost in photographs as compared to snow. I think that photos with snow seem to date themselves much more than pictures of any other season. I still think that winter photographs are valid, but it sets a certain mood people just aren’t always in. Without further adieu here are this weeks photos.
This Week’s Photographs
I am naturally drawn to the color yellow, it repeats constantly through my body of work. When I saw these yellow leaves encased in the morning frost I could not resist taking some shots. The bold yellow plays with the somber bluish-green tones of the grass and really pulls the yellow forward giving it a good sense of depth.
This one is my favorite of the week. I think the lavender purple looks amazing. The soft background with the very focused foreground adds a sense of importance to the dying flowers. It almost seems to emphasize the delicate nature of the petals.
I like the red and orange tones of the leaves in this photo, it was the main reason I was drawn to this composition. I wish I could have taken this photograph without the cars, but it’s almost an impossible task in the city.
~Have a Wonderful Week~