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Going out a second time to Knob Knoster turned out to be productive once again. I went out yesterday morning and snagged this HDR image of the sunrise. I love taking photos of the sun shining through the tree tops. Something about the emotions it can evoke always has interested me. I was going to go out this morning but the weather was less than pleasing. I don’t mind cold and I don’t mind snow but when it is cold and there is no snow as well as no interesting sky, I seem to value sleep more. So I sip my Espresso blend coffee and enjoy the climate controlled environment.

Check out my new page I added last night. Click here to see what gear I use. Also, you should see my latest photos on flickr. I apologize, but many of the images are also seen here on naturallycomposed. This is done so that when you click on the image, you are sent in a separate window to flickr. If you experience any problems on my site, please notify me so I can fix them. Have a good day.

MT

Knob Knoster Day 2

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Take a look at these images! Is this not such an inviting place? My photography buddy William, and I definately found it pleasing to the eye and to all the senses for that matter. This spot is located at Knob Knoster State Park. I call it ‘Red Rock Corner”. For those who have my book, you have seen this place before. The shale like rock is consistently changing colors; I believe it has something to do with the seasons and correlating weather. Anyhow, it is a great subject for photographing, and the variations make it a spot to frequent periodically throughout the year. It should be noted that if you look the other way as in the black and white image, you will be greeted with a reflection pool bordered with lovely sycamores. How great! Awesome subjects both ways. I could go on and on about this spot. I do want to leave some mystery though; afterall the viewer must do more than nonchalantly stare at the images to fully appreciate them.

MT

 

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