Wow! I was just out looking at that same moon myself last night -- did you notice a very bright Jupiter not far off and a little higher, to the left? They were beautiful rising over our old classic college buildings with the towers.
That's a lovely vivid shot of the pickles, too -- I feel like I could almost guess the recipe just from the way they look.
A capture is a capture . . . sometimes it's the beauty of the shot, sometimes it's the life inside it. If you'd gone out the little critter might have run away. The top one is a kind of nice composition actually, with the road swinging around from the upper right, the little rounded gravel bank behind the deer, and the way the body is pulled back and curved through the hindquarters. The lines and motion are full and lively, even though the surface is grainy.
Shadows, like any form of art. It is all in the eye of the beholder. Both are really good. There are things I love about both of them. I personally love the first image. Like the lighting and contrast better. Just my opinion. doesn't make it right.
Hi Shadows, I am still exploring and just found your forum. I skipped to the last couple of pages, but I will go back to the beginning so I can see everyone of your marvelous pictures. I got a kick out of your light & dark snow scene vote - I'm another girl who turns to the light. Wouldn't it be great if you could eliminate dirty windows like red eye? I had a great shot of a mountain & clouds but the plane window was so dirty it was hopeless. May I ask for pictures of spring flowers? We can't grow them in FL and I miss them so much
I'm back - saw all your pictures & took a look at DesertRose's galleries. You are both so talented. I loved the spring flowers and hope you will share your yard this spring. The snow & ice pictures were wonderful but I must admit I haven't missed shoveling for the past 15 yrs!
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