Sunday, June 15, 2014

City Library Reflections

It was an overly sunny day in May when I took these two photos. So sunny that many of my photos were too light. I was not shooting directly into the sun but just to the northwest and it still was too much.


Too much light.


Much better but still a lot of light. I even caught the mountains in the background. What do you think?

Short shadows - close to noon.

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11 comments:

Anne said...

I think they look beautiful Ruth!

Ginny said...

You know what? I love the first one the best, it is just beautiful. It looks surrealistic and edited to be that way. I love the way the building curve just kind of fades away on the end.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The first photo looks like a foggy day!

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I think the one with the mountains showing through the pillars is amazing! I'm not a real photographer (I just pretend to be one on my blog) so I can't speak to the light.... but I can see that it is a beautiful building in a beautiful area (and I love Libraries) so the post make me happy!

Michelle said...

I like the last photo and it also looks like a fun place to play :)

NanaDiana said...

ACtually the ones that are kind of "washed out" are kind of artsy looking to me. Hope you had a great day- xo Diana

orvokki said...

The last photo is amazing - you swimm middle the mountains!
The second photo looks like an architect's scale model.
Wish you a happy evening.

Cranberry Morning said...

I love the photos, Ruth. And that first one, I think what you call 'too much light' makes it look like a work of art. Beautiful!

Ileana said...

I love all your photos! Beautiful!
Have a nice day!

Poppy said...

That last shot brings back such happy, summer, childhood memories! Lovely!

Poppy

Viera said...

Such a beautiful area...so close to the mountains... nice weather indeed...Great time for children...Lovely photo...

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