Walking in our town today, I passed the small pond, and the first layer of ice had come:) Beautiful wintertones, cold and calm. I love when the seasons change and the world goes into new sets of color and another weather.
I usually don’t edit photos in Photoshop. I use my photos the way they are. At most I do some cropping. But I like the contrast that it is possible to make in a black and white picture when you leave just one color. Red makes a great macth in theese cases.
This picture I took last winter, I did edit it and then published as a theme “red” in my photochallenge 365foton:
The next photo I took last month in London and ofcourse I had to try the same kind of editing on this one…
I wonder about the “Explored”. It is a strange phenomenon. I have got 6 photos there during the last week. Earlier it’s just 3 before in all time. I know that there is some statistics in it and that “they” sort out the photos that have a lot of views, but still it is a mystery:) Maybe this gives a hint; wikihow. Or just keep on taking photos because it is so much fun! Chasing the Explore will maybe ruin all the happines in my work.
My latest picture on Explored is this one:
It is taken outside the City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.
I have taken been experimenting some with shadows before. I think they can be interesting. And make interesting photos. Here is another example of that:
I think about this summer, free and on vacation. I hade a lot of time to be out with my camera. Nice time:) Today is saturday and my goal l is to get some great photos. Might not be any pictures but I do will have a day outside.
This photo do have som sunshine for you and also some happy colors. I think we need some of this in November.
My first post in this blog. I hope that you will enjoy following my trip through the wonderful world of pictures.
Last spring I took this picture out in the archipelago of Sweden. I love the contrast between the hard stones and the water. Ice is starting to surrender to the sun, there is a lot of hope in this photo. And I will try to keep on that mood in this blog!
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