The Color of Light / The Scrapbook

One place where the color of light is easy to see is on the white gypsum sand at White Sands New Mexico.  We see a transition here from direct sun in the middle portion of a winter’s day, to a subdued gentle overcast and right on to the warm light of afternoon.

Dew Covered Web.  I often look for locations where I can find some shade in back of dew covered objects.  It truly makes “the jewels of the morning” pop!

Harebell.

We take a look at my scrapbook and the second to last Red Fox I ever photographed.  A few weeks after this I spent some photographic moments with the father of this kit.

More scrapbook shots.  This was the first of the seven Snowy Owls I have photographed.  I made this in Wisconsin in 2005.  This is a somewhat boring shot but the sweet light of winter shows “The Queen” off quite well.

Bank Swallow nesting site.  The same basic location where the fox images were made.

Ute Indian petroglyphs.  Eastern Utah.

I have met people who struggle to appreciate, or even see a beautiful landscape.  I have never met anyone who does not see the beauty in the Maroon Bells and Maroon Lake.  This is about ten miles from Aspen, Colorado at the beginning of The Maroon Bells/Snowmass Wilderness Area.

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