Wednesday, December 21, 2011
I've been looking at this incredible oak tree on the Engineering Quad at Cornell University for a long time. The other day I noticed that around noon time the southern Sunlight would shine through two building to create great contrast of lighting on the leafless branches.
I like the effect of the wide angle lens that created a interesting effect with the upper branches.
One final touch with HDR processing created a Tim Burton type of creation. I feel like the branches are getting ready to reach down and grab me.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
The frosty fog this morning was incredible. I had to go out and take a few photos. I chased the fog all over, and it was never in the places that I wanted it to be. This was the best of the fog/tree photos from this morning. This is on Cemetery Lane near McLean, NY.
It was a frosty morning, and I chased the fog around. I ended up deciding to use one of the photos that didn't have fog. I liked the ice on the trees, and the frost on the green fields. I thought the barn added just enough color. This photo was taken on Elm Street extension in Groton between Salt Road and Chaplain Road.