This is two photos combined into one. I used the sky from one and the foreground from another and placed one over the other. The dramatic effect I got was exactly what I was looking for, minus the random people standing in the middle and on the far right. In the end I decided I kinda liked the siluette people, giving the photo a more authentic feel.
The last picture I posted looked so cold and uninviting that when I snapped this picture, I knew it would be the next one I’d share with you. I took this just a week ago when the temps were abnormally warm on a mid March day, reaching into the 60s. With spring just around the corner, I’m excited to get back outside again with my camera.
It is high time I get back to posting some of my latest work, so here it is. I wanted to show you this great shot I took of the Detroit skyline from other side of the icy river.
I love how you can see the reflection of the Renaissance Center in the water.
This is my most favorite time of year, when the fall colors are at their peak. Unfortunately it never seems to last long enough. These pictures were taken at Fitzgerald Park on the Grand River.
I love sunsets! I have to admit I have seen many more sunsets than sunrises since I happen to not really be much of a morning person. (Seriously, don’t ask my husband how many years it took to get me to roll out of bed early enough to make breakfast for the family.)