Half light and More light
Half light, that moment at dusk or dawn when the sun is low on the horizon. This is the photo challenge this week from The Daily Post. We are also asked to share a poem, verse or song that resonates with the photos.
Looking back through my photos, I knew I could find several sunrise, or sunset shots. This is my favorite time of day to photograph. These images are from last summer in Wyoming. The sunrise there is not as dramatic as it can be in Arizona, but is still a great time to photograph.
The sun peeking through the trees, and reflecting on the river.
This evening at Oxbow bend had to have been one of my favorites. The clouds that night were absolutely perfect for a dramatic sunset.
And on this night, the full moon was rising just as the sun was setting.
This quote sums it up perfectly.
This weeks photo prompt for the Dogwood 52 was something totally different, for me anyway. Shoot a portrait in high key, which basically means that it needs to have a white background and be slightly overexposed. Every three weeks portrait is the theme, with some kind of variation. I was glad to have a new victim this week when my son came to take me to lunch.
He loves Roxy, and Roxy loves him. So having them together in the photo shoot was absolutely perfect.
I love how these images turned out.