Fooling with Fall

The colorful leaves of fall have pulled me outside several days recently. On one such day in Edwin Warner Park here is Nashville I was overtaken with whimsy. While the dictionary defines “whimsy” in a variety of ways, for my purpose here I have chosen this definition: “flight of the imagination.” Laying convention aside, I pulled out all sorts of photographic techniques including slow exposure, neutral density and polarizing filters, camera movement, and imagination. With the camera movement I imagined my camera as the canvas, the fall foliage as the color palette, and I moved the canvas to get the results I sought. Below is my offering.

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© Sharon Brown Christopher

 

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© Sharon Brown Christopher

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© Sharon Brown Christopher

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© Sharon Brown Christopher

 

As you can tell, this work is about play…and the flight of the imagination.

Contributed by Sharon Brown Christopher

 

 

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