Snowflakes fall between downtown buildings in Milwaukee. I forced the flash to pick out individual flakes.
Believe it or not, all of the branches on this wall except the small ones at the top left are shadows. I worked with the colours to add a sunset glow.
This is an older photo, but created today through cropping and tweaking the lighting. This is a shot of a whole streetful of lights, using the old 3D–2D ‘squish’ effect as I like ti call it to jumble the shapes all together and make the lamps look light they are dancing together.
A study in brown! The moisture from recent rain hid the leaf against the metal drain cover.
Straight from the phone, this is a photo of a turbulent evening sky.
This looks like another photo put through a PhotoShop canvas filter. Ho hum. But it’s not. This is unfiltered. It’s shot through some netting curtains. The sun rays slicing through the upper third are a reaction of the original sun reflected in a building refracted through the window and exaggerated by the curtain.
Humans love to ampthrpmorphise nature. This branch looked like a long limbed runner to me, complete with gaping maw as he fought to catch his breath.
Here is a photo I took in December and tucked away for Valentines Day. Believe it or not, these two touching hearts were created from tire marks as cars parked in a parking lot!
Happy Valentine’s Day.
This was an experimental shot. The subject is the brightly striped fabric on a chair. I was spinning my phone round as I took the shot, trying to see if I could get a half decent blur effect. From this image I can see I need to try more similar experiments!
This skyscraper really touches the clouds! A misty day in downtown Milwaukee. Those of you following along know I love to mix man-made with nature, so you will spot the trees.