Yesterday four of us hardy photographers could not stay inside any longer. All of us are ready for the new season to start. So we made a nice photo excursion in and around Powassan. This truck looks like it is waiting for better weather too.
This is a picture I took last Winter in Bonfield. The picture is rich in textures and I kept colour to a minimum reflect the mood of the season. My friend Dan went on the weekend and made a very minimalist image in the same area. His image is very much like a Japanese Haiku poem.
An early Winter landscape, not much snow but icicles and the rock in a late afternoon light with some nice highlights on the ice made an interesting composition. It was photographed using Fuji colour film but I definitely prefer the B&W interpretation.
A few days ago I walked into the kitchen and saw these asparagus on the counter. I simply liked the textures, colours and reflections. Sometimes the simplest subjects can lead to some interesting images.
Again an image fro my files. The busy, random composition reminds me of the artwork of painters like Jackson Pollock or Franz Kline. The original image was made using my old Roleiflex, using Ilford HP5 film.