Minimalist focus

Monochrome / Minimal - The essentials Focus on Minimal Think Simple Stay Little light feather Feathers - Monochrome photos “Beauty of style and harmony and grace  and good rhythm depend on simplicity”  Plato Mini post on Minimal Photography

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Minimal – the farce is over.

Minimal - Black sky & white clouds Black and White Sky "Contrast is what makes photography interesting." Conrad Hall "Bring down the curtain, the farce is over." Francois Rabelais  

Still life reflecting

"A work of art is a world in itself reflecting senses and emotions of the artist's world." Hans Hofmann White and black background Low key lighting - Colorful light reflection - Bokeh Simple Monochrome "Fiction can either be a mirror reflecting you back to yourself or it can be a clean pane of glass looking … Continue reading Still life reflecting

View from Astoria Column

We know what we are, but know not what we may be. William Shakespeare In response to Photo Challenge Atop Monochrome View from a 125-foot column which sits atop of Coxcomb Hill overlooking Astoria.

Simple Silhouette

"Hold the vision, trust the process." Author Unknown Canon EOS Rebel T6s Lens-Macro USM Exposure Mode – Manual No Flash ƒ/2.8 Focal length 60 mm Shutter speed -1/400 ISO 100 Digital Photography School - How to Photograph Silhouettes? Exposure Mode – Manual No Flash ƒ/2.8 Shutter speed -1/250 ISO 100 Animal and palm tree foam stickers. … Continue reading Simple Silhouette

Nature’s forms in rhythm – textures

"Nature has a way of reminding us, that all things great and small, ebb and flow in rhythm with the heartbeat of her call." Gabriella Goddard

Ocean – sound of harmony

The ocean is a mighty harmonist. William Wordsworth

Abstract shadows – Monochrome

Examples of abstract shadow photos - 6 photos. Have a bright day everyone! 🙂

Solitude

“In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion." Albert Camus

Pages and words

"The first lesson reading teaches is how to be alone"  Jonathan Franzen “Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude.” Marcel Proust Making a book is a craft, like making a clock; it needs more than native wit to be an author. Jean de la Bruyere