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geometry in the morning.
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you should read this post from 2 or 3 things i know. it’s one of the most thoughtful / incredible things i’ve read online lately.
It’s funny, those certain slants of light are something I’ve started to notice so much more since I started following your photography, and I see it factoring into my own, now. There’s something so beautiful about natural light, especially when it isn’t “photo-perfect”; I like long rays of morning sunlight and blue evenings…
sunshine geometries are my favorite.
thanks for the link to that poem– I’ve done that– I love listening to my iphone, the news on it specifically, cause it feels like listening to the radio from a long time ago!
Love that morning light– beautiful!
I love the use of shadows. I really love old movies and one of the things that draws me into them is the use of shadows and how they are incorporated into the actual plot of the film. Thanks for sharing.
that poem is absolutely stunning, thank you for linking to it.
and the light in these pictures is beautiful.
Morning light is always beautiful – the start to a new day and the hint of the sunlight in these pics beckon you to that new day -lovely. The poem is outstanding. I love blending new technology with vintage inspirations.
magic balance between shadows and light,lovely :)
May I ask which camera are you using to take your photos?
Sunshine instead of rain…how very unlike London right now!
oh man, tell me about it, louise! our weather lately is really awful. (these photos were taken at the beginning of may… back when the weather was great)
thank you for sharing the link!
and that’s an interesting blog.
bread and butter, basics…love them!
brian, thank you for sharing that link. it just gave words to all the many ideas running through my head. hope you are well.
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