Tonight as I was pulling into my church’s parking lot to lead the final Financial Peace University class of this series, I noticed that many of the trees in the parking lot islands had lights very close to them. From the right perspective it looked like there was a light shining from the top of the tree itself, illuminating it’s branches from the top. The rain had broken by the time class was over and left a light haze which was illuminated by the lights and gave the area around it a nice glow. So what did I do? Bust out my tripod and camera, of course! I know you are not surprised 🙂
Mystic, CT, that is! Today was a nice, clear, not-so-cold day, so I went with a friend to Mystic, CT with our cameras and did some street photography, in addition to some ‘regular’ photography.
SeeingSpotsPhoto is co-hosting another Collab Photography Challenge with WheretoWillie on street photography. This first image is my first attempt, and maybe one of my submissions. You should check out the links above and join in the fun!
The weather to day was magnificent! It was in the high 70s and sunny! I stepped outside of my office building during my lunch break, just to soak up some warmth and sun. I snagged my camera, just in case. I found myself on the north side of the building where we have a little grass and a couple pick-nic tables and the texture and patterns of the brick building grabbed my attention, almost as much as the green grass, budding trees, and birds fluttering about.
The symmetric lines drew my eyes down the side of the building as I stood next to it, and the rough texture drew my hand to the bricks’ surface as I walked down. It was a great break from the beige fabric covered box, they call a cubical, that I spend most of my day in.
The third shot is of the sunset, shot from the parking lot of my church from right before I started my Financial Peace University class tonight. I only had a few moments before my class arrived, but I like how this turned out 🙂