I absolutely love winter photography. I feel like the lack of contrast of snow on ice, coupled with the browns and greens of the trees, nature (green being coniferous trees and brown being deciduous trees), and man made structures that are able to stick out the winter months. Let’s take a look at two of these winter photos and compare and contrast what’s going on:
“Mobile Post” is something that I’ve been dying to talk about on this Photographic Reflection. It brings to mind bright memories of the past and what has been. This was taken in a retired mail car up in Duluth, Minnesota. Read on to see what stands out most in this photograph
“Imposition” is a photo that I keep going back to for the beautiful blues, the potential and longing of the coin operated binoculars longing to be used to see the peace and majesty of Lake Superior and the imposing and limiting enclosure formed by the fences and blades on the barbed wire. Keep reading and take a peek at this photo, “Imposition,” taken at Split Rock Lighthouse with me.
Storytelling in photography is something that feels elusive but also right at my fingertips. Some of the photos that tell the best and biggest story are some that surprise me when I look back at my film. Join me, and read on to have a photographic reflection on this photograph “Spot From The Past”
Looking back at photography from the past always seems to drum up memories and I spend time selecting pictures as well as reminiscing. Here’s a photo I came across while I was searching through mt files that feels inspiring and hopeful – read on to check out behind the photograph: