Yes, it’s a hot, steamy July. But it’s only 50 days before Ohio tate’s opener against Oregon State University.
Prints are available here
Photographers love the “golden hour”. It’s that hour just after sunrise and before sunset where the sun doesn’t cast direct shadows and the diffuse lighting is grand. With shortened winter days, that “hour” becomes maybe 20 minutes, so the test becomes making the contrast work for the image.
This was created on a December day in downtown Palm Harbor, Florida. I found the light, the angles and the mid-day sun fascinating.
Some images from the sponge docks at Tarpon Springs.