Winter Psychedelic

Winter Psychedelic 1
Winter Psychedelic 1
Winter Psychedelic 2
Winter Psychedelic 2
Winter Psychedelic 3
Winter Psychedelic 3
Winter Psychedelic 4
Winter Psychedelic 4

Colour found and pulled from winter is subject of current photos. There’s a feel of the seventies as colour is approached – strong rich colours and contrasts in the darker images. The lighter images explore oversaturation and the aura surrounding subject. An icicle is shaped by heat and gravity. Another is shaped by wind’s push and pull. Both are lens for what they are in front of. Weeds, left behind, within the bleakness of a lacklustre winter field become source from which to pull colour and attention to shape and setting in an image that could be termed … ‘psychedelic.’

Listening to – iTunes set to start genius, starting at The Eagle’s Seven Bridges Road yields an energizing playlist – Eagles’ ‘Seven Bridges’ Road,’ Aerosmith’s ‘Back in the Saddle,’ The Black Crowes’ ‘ Twice as Hard,’ The Who’s ‘Magic Bus,’ Nazareth’s ‘Love Hurts,’ Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Pink Cadillac,’ The Rolling Stones’ ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking,’ Neil Young’s ‘Rockin In The Free World’ and The Kingsmen’s ‘Louie Louie.’

Quote to Inspire – “I also paint, draw and I’m into film and photography as well, and the same thing applies to all of them. You’re presenting this material to the general public and hoping that they’re going to ‘get’ what you’re doing. Some don’t, some do.” – Paul Kane

4 Comments Add yours

  1. These are gorgeous-particularly the icicle-the light and the closeup are fantastic. I am really enjoying looking at your work.

    1. Hey there, Meg:

      I hope you’re having fun with all that macro photography holds.

      Take care … 😉

  2. Laura DiSciullo says:


    1. Hey there, Laura:

      It’s interesting what can happen with photos when time and opportunity present themselves … when editing.

      Fun schtuff! 😉 Thanks for looking in.

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