Three Stepped Leaves
Morning glories are twining on the cast-iron fence around my neighbor’s back yard. Even though colors are bright on a sunny summer day they often overwhelm the textures: the veins in the leaves, the rust on the fence, grooves in the downspout and even the muted long shadows of the other section of the cast-iron fence and the fence itself in the background.
August 3, 2012 | Categories: black and white, carnegie pa, flowers, landscape, nature, photography, summer, wildflower | Tags: black and white, black and white photography, fence, flowers, iron fence, morning glories, nature, neighborhood, outdoors, photography, plants, sunny summer | 3 Comments
Starling on a fence.
Watching birds land and leave and land and leave in a popular bird spot can be mesmerizing. I thought I’d capture the starling in monochrome.
July 11, 2012 | Categories: backyard, birds, black and white, nature | Tags: animals, bird, black and white photography, fence, nature, neighbor's barn, photography, starling, starling on fence, watching birds, white barn, wild bird | 5 Comments
Wild grapevines and Virginia creeper add their tangled barrier to a chain-link fence in the muted colors of a late winter morning.
March 7, 2012 | Categories: outdoors, spring, urban, winter | Tags: fence, photography, vines | Leave a comment