Recent Photographs: all photographs © 1969-2020 by Carl Weese
Those two entrances are wonderful. Great use of the kind of light you profess not to like.
Thanks, it was a pretty weird place that yielded interesting results. While it was a bright day down there in the Shenandoah valley, there was a scrim of thin cloud up in the sky that softened the edges of things a bit.If this distinction makes any sense, it's not that I don't like strong sunlight itself, but that I don't think a lot of subjects look good in hard sun. A huge exception would be my drive-in theater series, many of which are done in full blazing sunshine because those structures can look great in full-blast sunlight.
I agree. The middle of the day here in northern Florida make most things unphotographable to my eye. I go out early or late. We are blessed with a ton of clear bright light days. Of course that means that we have very few cloudy days and even fewer overcast ones. Thanks to you, I now treasure that light for it's softness. Sigh.
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