Where To Now?

I wanted to try something a little different for this post. Normal I photography organic things, things that are green,blossoms,bees and such but today was different. Why? The sky was incredibly rich today. With the contrast of white clouds against the brilliant blue it got me thinking trying some captures in B&W. I know it sounds weird but I thought I could get completely different feels from shooting the same object against this beautiful sky.

Where could I do this to good effect? The Cemetery of course! I had just a few minutes on my way home to grab these and plan on going back but till then: Where to now?

Taken with my Olympus SP-350 set on the full manual setting.
Taken with my Olympus SP-350 set on the full manual setting: 1/500sec @ f/5.0
Taken with my Powershot SX10is on fully manual and in B&W from the cameras on-board settings.
Taken with my Powershot SX10is on fully manual and in B&W from the cameras on-board settings:1/320 sec @ f8.0
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Author: The Jagged Man

I am a 59 year old guy who is asking questions about life like "what does it all mean?" and " how come hair will not grow on my head but grows real fast on my ears and back?" you know the deep stuff. I believe in Jesus Christ and that He died for all. The rest I am still working on.

5 thoughts on “Where To Now?”

  1. “The sky was incredibly rich today. ”

    a friend once wrote me and stated, ‘ok.. what’s wrong. you normally tell me the many different colors of the sky and….”

    i laughed and said that i was really busy and paying per minute at an expensive cyber cafe!

    some of us just can’t turn off the incoming visuals – what a gift, right?!

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