Looking “into” the Photo

I love making photos using a vertical camera orientation, composed so as to lead the viewer’s eye “into” the photo. Here are two examples. What made the one with the fence so special in my mind was the way the sun backlit the overhanging tree, and created some nice shadows along the rail fence line. The second photo I might title, “Down a Lonesome Road.” Both of these were made above 3500 feet elevation in The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.



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