Lately, I’ve been waking up way too early. That would be fine, but the all seeing dog is ready to go. I haven’t even had a coffee and she’s waiting by the door. Since she’s usually right, out we go.
Sometimes, but not always, pictures like this result from our early morning walks. This picture was made on our return route so the sun is a little higher in the sky than something like a dawn picture.
I would have preferred not to have the power pole in the picture. I’ve pretty much given up on that idea because in New Orleans power lines are above ground. Most of the city is built on elastic soil of the swamps below. That’s why we lost power seemingly forever after Hurricane Katrina. Above ground power lines.
Now do you see my problem?
My ground is elastic. Time is elastic. My clothes aren’t.
No matter, only the ground’s flexibility matters to this picture.
Morning light. Normally, I mostly work with late afternoon light. That’s because I’m lazy and don’t want to get up early.
For some reason, that’s changed. Of course, because I haven’t gotten enough sleep I take a nap… at 9am.
Who does that?
There really is no secret technique to making a picture like this. See it, click the shutter, do it a couple more times to be sure and you’re done.
Studio time is minimal too. Finish your picture and live your life.
Stay safe. Stay strong. Stay mighty. Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Keep your distance. Get your jabs. Look after each other. Be patient. Don’t be stupid. Enjoy all the early morning light.