This picture is a reminder to me that I haven’t done much animal photography. On this outing, I didn’t take my zoom lens and the birds wouldn’t trust me either. Still, it tells me that it is not long before spring arrives here.
A sunny but cold day of winter. As if the shadow of a lonely bench is burning the snow.
Despite our best efforts, the ugly face of pollutants surfaces in our rivers and streams making heavy industrialization difficult to defend.
For a long time, I have been thinking to step down to the river bed in winter to photograph Bald Eagles. This winter has been too warm for the eagles here. The view from under the railway bridge was still interesting.
To the delight of so many photo enthusiasts, the snow came. Although I hadn’t planned anything special, I carried my camera with me.
Lots of concrete and metal but not a soul.
The clouds threateningly loom on the path. A mundane scene can sometimes become visually appealing. Late afternoon clouds with streaks of red stopped me for this shot. (iPhone)
Display of human body sketches by medical students. (iPhone).
As if the city is buckling under its own load.
Simply tenderness of petals of a flower deriving the strength and nourishment from the umbilical cord like stem.
Today, I had a little bit of time to play with ‘focus stacking’. I have been thinking of doing this for a while. Focus stacking can be used to greatly extend the depth of focus using a series of shallow focused images. Multiple images are stacked by a software that can interpolate the information betweenContinue reading “#50/365: Dog day.”
Sydney Brenner, a nobel laureate for Medicine, said about technology that it is a ‘choice between the obsolete and the non-existent’. It goes without saying that in consumer electronics, we favor the obsolete.