Is there an amateur picture taker anywhere that doesn’t like to shoot laundry? What is it about the dangling sheets and underwear that catches our fancy? In Palermo, Sicily, the laundry waves in the wind along with unconstructed awnings, creating a dynamic visual aesthetic.
“Can’t See the Forest for the Trees”
These are crepe myrtles in the median between Walgreens and First Watch on Market Street in Lakewood Ranch, bare in February, waiting for a warm spell to get their growth on.
It was a foggy 50-degree morning in February when I woke up to fog hovering over our pond. With the moorhen as my subject, I shot into the morning light, with the fog shrouding the aquatic plants and shoreline across the way. I created the lemony effect in Nik.
Nobody does complementary colors like Mother Nature. Here, she dips into her palette to apply reds and greens and their nuances to color this vine growing on a tree in my dentist’s parking lot. Beauty is where you find it!