Do you ever wonder what you missed out on? That feeling of being so close to the answer, but not quite? Well, that feeling struck me the other night as I was fiddling around with different lenses than I’m used to.
Here’s a li’l gallery of some of my spooky sky photos that are still worth posting.
A gorgeous day gives way to a beautiful clear night where I can see by the light of the moon!
Okay, poetics aside, it’s really nice out. So much so that I went outside and took photos of the stars.
Remember that time I went to Ottawa and thought I could tour Parliament Hill… well I could’ve but most of it was under wraps, literally.
[To go on the guided tour inside you need to go across the street and get a voucher and from what I understand it’s a first-come-first-serve for the day. I decided to stay outside and get some fresh canal air.]
I gave myself a limit of five minutes per photo to see how much editing I could get done. Any more time than that and I start getting too finicky or else I end up overdoing it.
Check the “natural” edits of lighting and crops that I’ve done on some old shots of Montreal:
A look at some of the shoreline views I had in Nova Scotia this summer, including looking across the Bay of Fundy at Halls Harbour. Somewhere closer to the southern shore of the province, I took the lone picnic bench shot.
Not sure what sort of somber mood I was in that day but it sure looks gloomy. That reminded me of the impending winter (he said, in balmy Vancouver) and had me thinking back to summer.
I always struggle with how much of a change to make when I edit photos. The possibilities are endless. For example:
Here’s a quick reminder of the beauty of this past summer: a Maritime mountain meadow.
Galleries of the places I’ve been: Edmonton, Ottawa, Montreal.