Winter Photography

Here’s a collection of my photo’s from Fall and Winter. I haven’t been doing much blogging… I guess Covid has silenced a lot of things in our lives. Everything has slowed down over the winter. It is great to see the days getting longer and the weather improving slightly.

Grass with a luminosity layer.

Beach Grass with an exclusion hue layer.
Beach Grass with an added hue layer.
A remnant from Fall
A layered photo of a tree and a out of focus shot of our Christmas lights from our tree.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing. I edited it in Photoshop with a paint fill to create different holes and textures. Processed in black and white.
Weeds at the Beach in Campbell River. I’m not good with plant identification. So everything is usually called a flower or a weed or grass.. haha.
A layered photo of a doorway and a tree branch. I’m calling this one: Forest Door.
A high key processed shot of a tree in front of other trees.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing.
A layered shot of a wood carving and stormy clouds.
Wood Carving down at The Spit in Campbell River. Taken with my 18m wide angle lens.
Wood Carving down at The Spit in Campbell River. Taken with my 18m wide angle lens.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing. I edited it in Photoshop with a paint fill to create different holes and textures.
A double exposure and layered shot of two apartment buildings in Campbell River.
A frozen leaf on the ground.
Another layered photo of a truck against the texture and grunginess of an old metal storage container.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing. I edited it in Photoshop with a paint fill to create different holes and textures. Processed to black and white.
A macro shot of a leaf that I picked off the ground last fall and finally got around to photographing. I edited it in Photoshop with a paint fill to create different holes and textures.
A shot up in to the sky on a sunny winter day in January at Elk Falls in Campbell River.
Added a layer of sparkle texture from an old truck that was parked in the same lot as this old cadillac in Campbell River.

4 thoughts on “Winter Photography

  1. Your images are awesome! BTW, I browsed Showcase today and love your ‘Forest Door’ image – more in print form even than digitally here on the computer. It’s lovely – great job!

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