There are many advantages to sitting shotgun in the car. Not, I'm not talking about legroom, or being able to play on your phone, I mean the freedom to look at things that aren't directly in front of you.
I often curse my luck when I have to drive around during golden hour. It always feels like some sort of odd torture where great pictures are waved in my face while my camera is out of reach.
Long story short, I was quite happy to experiment with panning and shooting out of the passenger window as the sun set.
I recently changed the way I store my photos, by putting them on a wireless hard-drive. This makes it so much easier to go back and see all of my old photos. So while going through some from a few years back I stumbled onto this one.
I love the way the vines spiral up the the heavens like something out of a fairy tail. The little girls face is just icing on the cake.
These are two simple images that I found in my backyard. They are both Elephant Ear plants. One sitting under a tree in the beginning of fall, the other shows the Elephant Ear's own transition for winter, but also because I may have hit it slightly with the lawnmower.
I realized I had not posted or updated in a while. I'm afraid I've been distracted with rediscovering my love of programming. Just wanted to put up something that's interesting to look at.
These are the digital test shots for the film versions. I used a red filter to make the background and seed of the pomegranate pretty dark. I'll need to do some color shots too. They really are beautiful fruits.