Still Learning To See

Summer light

The light this time of year is fantastic! And, yes, I know I probably say that at others times of the year too. The early morning light comes in soft and long and, of course, from the northeast so all sorts of things show up that are just not there in winter. Long, wonderful shadows!

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And during the heat of the day the harsh, bright light brings a contrast that can be just blindingly wonderful.

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And then there are the clouds…but I’ll save that for another day!

This entry was published on July 10, 2018 at 4:26 pm. It’s filed under John Snell, John Snell Photographer, Photograph, Summer, www.johnsnell.photography and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “Summer light

  1. Karen Dailey on said:

    Oh, how you do have fun with capturing whatever is! Love it! I’ve been amazed at the light just before sunset, coming down our path to the pond when there is the relative darkness of the big trees while looking out towards the light in the openness around the pond…and its green…seems like the fullness of life exists in that light. Reminds me of your yoga teacher’s, Susi’s, paintings. Thanks for sharing your “fun” with us!

  2. Dianne Shullenberger on said:

    So nice to see you and Liz at the reception. Thank you for coming. You are faithful friends. What an interesting concept about light. You do find such beauty everywhere. Will we get to see you while in MI? We know family time is so precious. We drove straight through as very little traffic in Toronto and a very easy border crossing. Put the cottage in order, now enjoying the breeze and the sun. Very little beach as a huge storm took a major chunk out of our dune. Still beautiful. D

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  3. Love these!

    On Tue, Jul 10, 2018 at 4:26 PM, Still Learning To See wrote:

    > John Snell posted: ” The light this time of year is fantastic! And, yes, I > know I probably say that at others times of the year too. The early morning > light comes in soft and long and, of course, from the northeast so all > sorts of things show up that are just not there in w” >

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