Posts Tagged ‘light’

Photo Friday: The Pond’s Edge

May 24, 2019

This is a nice morning landscape at the Mill Creek Park.

Edge of the Pond

Photo Friday: Light and Dark

May 3, 2019

Something about the streaks from car lights is part of the fun of night photography.

Light and Dark

First Look Photo: A Peaceful Day

April 24, 2019

A man enjoys a leisure paddle board, around the Spring Point Light, on a foggy day.

A peaceful day

Photo Friday: Macro Leaf

September 7, 2018

I love the way the light shines through this leaf.

Macro Leaf

First look Photo: Smoke in the Trees.

May 23, 2018

It looked like a fire going, but it was actually dust that was kicked up from a street  sweeper cleaning a parking lot.

Dust in the Trees

First Look Photo: Light and Shape

February 28, 2018

Today’s picture is all about light and shape.  It’s lit from the inside of a cover over a building.

The Light Inside

First Look Photo: City Architecture

February 7, 2018

Thanks to the wonderful website 52Frames.com I have been looking at some of the architecture of Portland.  I really like the looks of the city building, in the tower, at night.  I especially like the way the arches are lit up.

The Tower

 

Photo Friday: Available Light

January 12, 2018

The last time I tried to photograph one of these nocturnal rabbits, I had to use flash which caused a horrible case of red eye.  This time, I was privileged to capture another rabbit in front of a lit sign, without cropping.

Snow Bunny

 

Photo Friday: Red Street

October 6, 2017

I love the glow the street light cast on this sidewalk.

Red Light

Photo Friday: Night Skyline

July 7, 2017

The good thing about cityscapes is the different angles, and lighting makes each shot unique.

Portland Skyline