Photography Every Day
April 11, 2011 § 4 Comments
On a bitterly cold day last week, I was walking up a hill admiring the sparse pastoral scene of young bare trees. My kind of place
The view from the top of the hill was quite different.
Tagged: architecture, Boston, Canon 550D/T2i, digital photography, hill, nature, photo, photography, photos, trees
My jaw dropped at your use of a hill and the composition chosen. Reminds me of Calvary and then the turn around to photograph Jerusalem. I know. I know. It could have been just coincidence, but I am not normally thinking these things and it is the first thought I had upon viewing these. Did you notice this, Lynn?
Actually – no, but I do like it when my images do have an effect, so thank you.
Extreme contrast between directions indeed, Lynn. Though my response was not as dramatic as Leslie’s.
Interesting pair of photos.
Thank you Eva.
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