Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Forty Shades of Green
It has been raining gently all day here on Long Island. On the way home from work I drove by the Roslyn Duck Pond park, and there were so many different shades of green, between the grass and the trees it stopped me in my tracks! I got out of the car, grabbed a raincoat and hat, and spent 45 minutes looking for photographs. This is one of my favorites. You may see another one in a few days - there seemed to be so many views worth shooting. Of course, color by itself probably won't make a photograph - I needed to find some elements that would make an interesting design - in this case, the varying sizes, angles, and shapes of the tree trunks.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:35 PM