Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Fickle Weather

I'm not entirely sure that I like this picture, but here goes nothing...

The other night I was at the park with the kids. The sun was beginning to go down in the west, while the rain clouds were gathering in the east. The sun started beating on the community center, so I ignored the kids for a minute and snapped this photo.

Canon PowerShot S2 IS, 13mm, f/8.0, 1/200 sec, ISO 50


Blogger Adam Lee Dalziel said...

Wow timmy - jesus man - your recent posts have been amazing - I have come back from my vacation and I have been dumb founded - great stuff man - really - love the city scape reflections - haha - I;m laughing because they are amazing - now you will have to change the name of your blog - photogrpaher extraordinaire

5:35 PM, April 18, 2006  
Blogger Joy said...

Those colors are good. The yellow of the building really brings the trees to life. Glad you posted it.

6:08 PM, April 18, 2006  
Blogger Fraser said...

I like the bold colour. It draws the eye.

7:57 PM, April 18, 2006  
Blogger Laurie said...

The colors are very bold. Are they always this vibrant or was it the result of the way the lighting was because of the gathering storm?

I know in the Springtime, the way storms come up around here, the light changes the way things look a great deal sometimes creating some very dramatic and sometimes eery colors.

3:42 AM, April 19, 2006  
Blogger Azhar said...

Nice shot.Love the yellows here.Have to mention here that that previouspost was simply stunning man - that was a great shot!

5:30 AM, April 19, 2006  
Blogger Don said...

Threatening weather always makes good photo fodder! :-)
The colors are vibrant and the gathering storm contrasts well with the brilliance of the sunlight. Nice!

5:56 AM, April 19, 2006  
Blogger heather said...

really beautiful, Tim. That red door was the first thing my eye went to and I love the shadows of the trees on the bold orangy-yellow side of the building.

6:32 AM, April 19, 2006  
Anonymous Ana said...

Its the red door. No doubt.

6:49 AM, April 19, 2006  
Anonymous Otto K said...

There are great colors in this shot. Rich and bold, especially the red door. Very nice.

1:56 PM, April 19, 2006  
Anonymous pixibition said...

awesome sunlight and shadow...great capture:-)

2:11 PM, April 19, 2006  
Anonymous Ashish Sidapara said...

Lovely colors and nice composition.

6:23 PM, April 19, 2006  
Blogger ndiginiz said...

Tena koe ehoa
There is an unconscious attraction to certain colours that most people have. Red is one of those colours that attracts the attention of people. Theres actually a good continuity of red in this image it skips across the width of te image at intermittent places adding touches of impactual qulaity and visual attraction.

2:23 AM, April 20, 2006  
Blogger Nicola said...

Great how the yellow came out with the sunset!

10:35 AM, April 20, 2006  
Anonymous Jarrett said...

It's OK I guess. I'll tell you what could be really cool here though, a frame filled up totally by that yellow wall and red doorv(and maybe the vertical tree shadow to the right too). If you have an opportunity togo back and shoot this in similar lighting conditions, you should definitely try it.

10:28 PM, April 29, 2006  
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