A hue’s progress.Read More
An antidote to the late winter blues.Read More
The blue hour is optional for shooting blue.Read More
A blue sky is something to be celebrated at this time of year. It’s all too rare.
They say you get the blues when you’re down; I find blue in the right places uplifting. Liberating. Light.
Contemplating muted natural coloursRead More
A stranger is in our midst.
There's this glowing yellow thing in the sky today. It's making things turn green. Not sure what to make of it. Strange.
The 9th photo essay in my 100X series on Flickr.Read More
That's not really true, of course.
The City of Brotherly Love is quite picturesque, especially around the downtown and City Hall areas. The architecture is truly outstanding and very well maintained.
This is the time of year where if you're looking for natural colour, you either have to look to the sky (on a rare non-overcast day) or to a coniferous tree like a pine, spruce or cedar. Otherwise, you have to satisfy yourself with a symphony of browns and grays and if you're lucky a nice, bright birch or three shining away in the sunlight.
There's something about this building complex that keeps me coming back. It's all about the mirrored glass and the light and reflections that play over them. I find it particularly compelling during the wintertime, when the sun is low and there's more light bounce between the towers.