All in a Winter’s Day

Winter seems to change my photographic pace a bit. Colder weather draws me indoors. I find it to be a great season for culling photographic files.

It is also a time for in-computer processing of images. Always an imaginative process for me, I find myself playing with possibility while listening to my heart’s desire.

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Fall’s Fire

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Moonlight Ginko

And then, of course, is the joy of getting out into the elements to respond to what is being offered in the snow and cold.

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Beyond the Veil

I like the rhythm that comes with winter.

Contributed by Sharon Brown Christopher

© Sharon Brown Christopher All rights reserved.

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5 thoughts on “All in a Winter’s Day

  1. Bonney Oelschlager

    “for the beauty of the earth, and the glory of the skies’ raising a hymn of grateful praise for the elements AND the photographer’s catch!

    On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 7:45 AM, f /4 studio wrote:

    > sabchristopher posted: “Winter seems to change my photographic pace a bit. > Colder weather draws me indoors. I find it to be a great season for culling > photographic files. It is also a time for in-computer processing of images. > Always an imaginative process for me, I find myse” >

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