Stabilizing Forgiveness

Christmas Lights - Town Hall, High Level 1
Christmas Lights – Town Hall, High Level 1
Christmas Lights - Town Hall, High Level 2
Christmas Lights – Town Hall, High Level 2
High Level Public School - Gym Entrance
High Level Public School – Gym Entrance
High Level Public School Walkway
High Level Public School Walkway
Lattice Work of Trees - High Level, Alberta
Lattice Work of Trees – High Level, Alberta
REW Memorial Pool - High Level, Alberta
REW Memorial Pool – High Level, Alberta
Senior's Centre - High Level, Alberta - 1
Senior’s Centre – High Level, Alberta – 1
Senior's Centre - High Level, Alberta - 2
Senior’s Centre – High Level, Alberta – 2

I have been intrigued to find success in creating night time images from handheld shots using wide open aperture and ISO 6400; stabilization must have been accounted for and become the forgiveness factor in this camera. Good!

Listening to – liking Martyn Joseph’s new album, ‘Sanctuary;’ enjoying the tribute to Robert F. Kennedy in ‘Bobby’ and the instrumental work in ‘Sanctuary’ that reminds of songs from Martyn’s album ‘Thunder and Rainbows.’

Quote to Consider – “You’ve got to push yourself harder. You’ve got to start looking for pictures nobody else could take. You’ve got to take the tools you have and probe deeper.” – William Albert Allard

5 thoughts on “Stabilizing Forgiveness

  1. Seniors Centre 1, really like the colours in this shot. I’ve been wandering around town and mountain recently, work life is changing and perspective needed comes for me, from space. Perhaps even a bit of isolation I think. The weather here is finally cold, winter is late. Something very enjoyable about being out before or after everyone else.

    Jim

    1. Hey there, Jim:

      We’ve had another dose of humidity, still air and temperature at -10C – more fog/mist and hoar frost this morning; after I dropped my daughter off at Tim Hortons for a breakfast among peers, I got out with my camera, in daylight – to engage a lesser known world, our town made smaller in mist, to find crystal attaching to tree branches. The hoar frost seems to have been blown into place hanging on one side of each structure. Today, large ravens are croaking and crowing. Some magpies are chasing down frozen berries. And, then, there have been some red breasted and blue breasted birds clustering around some trees.

      It’s been good to look around. 😉

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