As you may know already, I love reflections! Here is Milwaukee’s Cathedral reflected in a window. I took the photo at an angle to create the ‘runway’ in the sky – lights behind the window. I spent a few moments trying to work out whether the window edge on the upper right lends a welcome clue to the fact this is a window reflection, or is just distracting clutter. What do you think? Please feel free to comment.
What is made of metal and flies? In this case not an aeroplane! These slightly abstract bird statues fly through downtown Milwaukee. The ‘blue’ in the title refers to the clear sky-not the birds themselves!
Another simple shot using shapes. The view through a slatted roof, taken at an angle to create a radial pattern.what looks like clouds in the blue sky is actually ice on the glass roof.
Pardon the terrible pixelation! Taken at night from a car it’s amazing anything turned out! I cut the photo to a thin sliver that both removed extraneous detail and made the tree seem to tower over the miniaturized statue.
These trees seem to be reaching out to each other across the great blue yonder. The branches do actually touch through a twig (a bridge made by squirrels?)
Looking at the photo in a ditterent way, the branches almost look like lightning strikes.
OK. So I may have gone outside the ‘straight from the phone’ concept here 🙂
I post processed this feather by isolating it from the background and pushing the image through a filter. I’m starting to really have fun with the photo apps on my phone!
I was trying to recreate the feeling of the neon tropical fish we had growing up.