What's up there, anyway?
This weeks's Focus on Life prompt from Sally Russick, of The Studio Sublime is "Look Up." Sometimes when I go out with my camera, I feel like it's "looking for little things on the ground" time. Also, I tend to use my outdoor walking time as my photography time. So it's mostly nature studies.
This prompt got me thinking about spectacular bird shots (maybe on the wing?) Or one of the beautiful sunsets from the parking area where my daughter works. Or maybe I would look up and see something brand spanking new up there.
You should have seen the ones that got away.
Here are some shots I did consider worthy.
|What's this? An old railroad station?|
|Nice roof lines, Huh?|
|Almost looks Southwestern.|
Actually, this is both the former Erie Railroad Station in Middletown New York, and the current home of the Middletown Thrall Library. It's a stunning restoration from any angle. Somehow, I managed to run out of memory while photographing the front entrance, and forgot to go back around after I deleted some pictures to make room. But I think these shots show the roof lines to good advantage.
Oh, and here are some birdies.
Can't resist the nature shots!
Go see what happens when others look up! The Studio Sublime.