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Lamps on the pathway leading to the General Jackson
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When taking pictures of people, I like to try and capture not just their faces but a sense of who they are and a feel for the moment. I like this picture because I feel it does both.
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Sometimes what makes a picture interesting are contrasting / opposite objects, i.e. something as timeless, as ageless, and romantic as a full moon with construction cranes and city lights in the foreground.
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Sunsets have always fascinated me. There is this moment right before the sun disappears where it seems you're suspended between daylight and nighttime and for an instant the earth pauses. That is what this shot is about.
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Some mooning. That was Mark's brilliant title. I kept it because it appeals to my strange sense of humour.
This picture came about one evening while I was walking the dog. I looked up, noticed the clouds rolling in over the full moon and was amazed at how the moon's light, the moisture of the clouds, generated these ethereal colours.
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More mooning
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Although this looks like another moon shot, this is in fact the sun obscured by heavy cloud cover on a winters day.
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Some Cotton - cottoning on to our site. We stopped to take this picture while driving through Alabama. The cotton fields made it look like the landscape was covered in snow. Having never seen cotton plants up close, we stopped to have a look and couldn't resist taking a picture.
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Shadow and light.
There is no such thing as too close when taking pictures of your children's faces. I like playing with shadows because for me they give life to pictures.