July 26, 2013

focus on life: light

focus on life: light
Texture. Pattern. Subject. All crucially important to photography. Personally speaking, light (specifically the sunlight) trumps all. Just my humble opinion, of course. I captured this first shot early in the morning as the sun streamed in, highlighting my small harvest. I love the shadows and reflections.

focus on life: light

focus on life: light
But my favorite time is the "golden hour" - right as the sun is low in the sky. At that time even a blade of grass is transformed into something glowing and glorious.

Do you have a favorite time of day for snapping shots?

*Week 30 of the year long Focus on Life series*


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18 comments:

  1. This is a very amazing post...especially since my vision is returning to sparkling white light and colors galore after my cataract surgeries! Peace be with you! Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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    1. What wonderful news Mary Helen! And thank you so much for your sweet words of encouragement.

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  2. you've got to love the juicy fruits and the light play; well done Lori

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    1. Thank you much, Carole. Yes I adore the summertime veggies!

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  3. Very nice pics of early morning light and of your harvest.

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  4. These are stunning photos - I love how you use the light in your photos. The golden evening sun is so glorious on the grasses - beautiful!

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  5. Wow, you certainly know how to wrangled the sun's rays for these spectacular photos. I love the shadows and highlights.

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  6. Very nice, love the one with your dog.

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  7. Great shots....love the dog! I have a lab also....they are so outdoorsy! Thanks for the post.

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  8. The composition of your "harvest" is fantastic. Almost has the look of a painting. All great shots.

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  9. What beautiful light you have captured in each of these, Lori.
    I especially love the second one. So nice.

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  10. I like anytime of day that is challenging. It stretches my skills as a photographer!

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  11. I think early morning and evening work well for capturing light and shadows. The tomato shot is wonderful!

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  12. I love late evening as the sun is going down. Your tomatoes look yummy. Ours won't be in for another month yet

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  13. Wow Lori stunning photos, love the tomatoes shot stunning, thanks for sharing and have a great week..

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  14. Stunning images Lori :) The golden hour works for me, but also very early in the day, just after first light, that can be spectacular :)

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  15. Well, all your shots are beautiful (as always). I do however, really like how you captured the gold of the evening with that picture of the wheat, grass, weeds, whatever it is. It's gorgeous!

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