Impressionism

Thanks to all of you who have recently started following the blog, it’s appreciated. This week’s post will actually be a bit of a change of pace. The images that follow were made using more of an impressionistic technique. In these I simply changed the focal depth in order to evoke a mood that I might have felt in that moment. They are meant to be a bit ethereal. It’s a technique that I rarely use, but I may experiment with on occasion.

reflections on the surface of an alabama lake

light dance, florida spring

forest sunrise, pisgah nat’l forest

morning fog, from table rock mountain

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