It was taking awhile to get checked in to the hotel, so I wandered around and then looked up.
The nearby pond has been frozen over for more than a month. In that time it has partially thawed and refrozen, been snowed on several times, and been rained upon. Each event has left its mark as textures and patterns that change daily and offer an endless variety of subjects for a photographer.
Olympus OMD EM1 MKII with 40-150mm f2.8 zoom, processed in Snapseed.
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The river creates the patterns, the photographer documents and adds human touches to the creation. Taken on a small eddy on the edge of the St. Louis River near Duluth, Minnesota.
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Flying always presents a new perspective on the landscape of our world. Flying over patterned farm fields shows that even farming has it’s artistic side.
Shot from a Southwest Airlines 737, location unknown, with an iPhone 7 Plus, edited in Adobe Lightroom CC.
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Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 14mm f/2.8 R lens – 1/50 @ f/8.0 – ISO 200
After hours of preparation, I found a few quiet moments before the event began to wander around the room shooting the scene. I kept coming back to the bar. The light from the window was bright on the glasses that would soon be filled with the delectable Divatini.
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