The vibrant colors this morning were seriously muted within thirty seconds after I captured this image. Thank you Fujifilm for your wonderful JPEG output. XT100 with 35mm lens. The second image was made at sunset yesterday. Again, colors there and gone quickly.
Sunsets, sunrises and cloud formations are probably the most “over-done” type of photos. There are so many unplanned and unexpected views world-wide, many that make us smile in the moment. Not to be deterred, here are some of my most recents.
Last evening after supper I looked out our front door and saw the moon rising about the same time as the sun was setting. The moon being almost “full” looked nice, with a slight haze in front. So I grabbed my camera with telephoto lens and went outside to make a couple of photos. Here’s the first.
As I was making this photo our neighbor Al came out to say hello from his deck above where I was standing. As I turned around to talk to him, I noticed a nice sunset with some nice pastel colors behind me. So, I made another photo. I’m glad I looked in front as well as behind. Two nice images.