Step In

Backlight, Best Practices - Photography, Canon 60D, Canon Camera, Canon Lens, Canon Live View, Journaling, Light Intensity, Lookback Photos - One Year Ago, Night, Photoblog Intention, Photography & Conceptualizing Beauty, Project 365 - Photo-a-day, Still Life, Summer, Vehicle, Vehicle Restoration
Ford F-100 - High Level, Ab 1

Ford F-100 – High Level, Ab 1

Ford F-100 - High Level, Ab 2

Ford F-100 – High Level, Ab 2

Ford F-100 - High Level, Ab 3

Ford F-100 – High Level, Ab 3

Ford F-100 - High Level, Ab 4

Ford F-100 – High Level, Ab 4

Ford F-100 - High Level, Ab 5

Ford F-100 – High Level, Ab 5

I’m not sure. But, this image’s perspective looking towards this 1953 Ford F-100 is that which likely is the perspective previous owners would have walking to it, something seen regularly through the Ford’s years of service. The image orients the eye to the driver’s door becoming the glimpse the owner/driver would take as he or she thinks through next actions and destination walking to this F-100. You could almost step into the image, open the driver’s door, start the engine and drive away.

Listening to – Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah,’ played on our Heintzman Grand Piano in vertical form by my daughter.

Quote to Inspire – “The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.” – Oscar Wilde

5 thoughts on “Step In

  1. Just came across your blog for the first time, and i love your photos! Love all the colours and textures that you capture. The first and last ones are my personal favorite! Love them!!

    1. Hey there, Kirsty …

      I’m liking the images on Cain’s Capture, as well … 🙂 The images of snow and the trailer park look very similar to my locale, up here, just south of the 60th parallel.

      Thanks for looking in … people’s likes and dislikes – what they favour – inform about what is accessible within different images. I’m liking colour and textures that can be revealed within images … Rusting relics seem to be holding my attention in this last bit of time ….

      Take care 🙂

      P.S. I’m liking the colour-work, architecture and textures within the Presbyterian Church you photographed. 😉

      1. I was just looking at some still life photographers work, and was really impressed with the textures they show – something i want to show more of. Rusting relics are so interesting ah!
        Thanks for your reply!!

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