As I sit in the booth waiting for a radio call from a boat wishing to enter the slip, I’m often drawn to the merging patterns of the bridge and convention center across the street. On the water it would be confused waves, here it’s a lot of interconnecting lines going every which way.
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Canon 80D, 18-55mm lens
f14; ISO 100; 1/1000sec
What do your think? Windows or Wires? Do you see the crescent moon rising? Can you guess where I was when I took this image? Hint, I’ll be there today! 🙂
Architectural objects have always attracted me because of their use of geometry. The collection of lines and shapes creates intersections, which I believe are the starting points for art. Where things meet, tension occurs. Where the combination of the objects come together, be they lines, shapes or texture, something new now exists.
The attached image is the result of focus stacking, three images focused at different points along the structure and merged in Photoshop. Shot with Canon 7D, Tamron 60mm f/2 lens, ISO 100, f/4.0, using aperture priority.