Happy Tuesday & Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
I had an enjoyable day yesterday. I think I had mentioned earlier on this blog that my company was needing some “head shots’ of some of our employees for marketing and so yesterday I had the privilege of photographing about 20 of our folks. Portrait photography is one of my favorite things to do although with all the set up required it is also the most labor intensive. Maybe I’ll show a couple of those portraits tomorrow.
Today I have three images for you that represent my third favorite type of photography, landscapes. I said the other day that the quality of light is so important to any photograph and I fully embrace that point of view. However one of my favorite shooting conditions is what was presented yesterday evening. Deep blue sky with big puffy white clouds. Admittedly some of the sky also had storm clouds but one side of the horizon was filled with these harmless puffy variety.
So I stopped to photograph my favorite windmill against that wonderful sky and as I turned around to head back to my car I saw these two trees growing in symmetrical harmony with one another. That sounds artsy doesn’t it. 🙂
Finally I’ll leave you with this image of the ubiquitous farm windmill. Busily turning in the strong wind making a great subject for a landscape photograph.
That’s it for today.
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day. Consume adult beverages responsibly and by all means be careful.