Shades of circular white


No new photographs today which is a little sad. My planned photo walk at lunchtime didn’t occur as I was a little brain dead from work.

I really enjoy looking at today’s published photograph. Getting back to my enjoyment of shooting for myself means I’m reopening my eye for interesting shapes. These balls, which are at least three feet in diameter are part of a much larger sculpture at McClelland Gallery. Unfortunately, the website does not provide a name or artist to attribute. 

Rather than photograph the entire sculpture, I returned to my early photographic days when I would focus (pun intended) on a tiny part of the whole. I used to have a group on Flickr called “Cutaway” specifically to collect photographs like this. This was before Facebook came along and nearly wiped Flickr off the face of the Earth.

Again, I like the portion of the sculpture shown in the photograph. Especially the way the light and shadows interact. It’s photos like these that make me want to start printing my photographs again. Speaking of which, click here for a well-researched article on where to print your photos. My results and personal opinion slightly differ from the author and I have my own favourite place to use, but it’s a great read nonetheless.

I really hope to get out with a camera this weekend to keep the momentum going. I’m getting all fidgety and the desire to go out and photograph something or someone is strong! Haven’t had this kind of feeling for many years. I see that as a good thing.

Oh, I’ve added a tags page. You can see all tags that have been applied and click one to view all posts that include your chosen tag. Want to see all the photos taken with the 16-35 lens? Or the Nikon Z6 camera? Or all photos from the McClelland Gallery? Click away!

That’s it for now. Talk to you soon.


Photo Information:
Nikon Z6
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm 1:4G ED @ 26mm
1/1250 | f/4 | ISO 200
Sunday July 25, 2021 @ 15:08
Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia

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