“Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field.”
~ Peter Adams, Sydney
When I analyze a scene to frame in my lens, I often see nature’s colors and patterns in black and white. The details and tones of these leaves were a great example of a monochrome moment.
I have admired these rugged trees at Baker Beach in San Francisco for years. The unique shapes, the texture of the bark and the linear patterns on the hillside make for a captivating landscape.
I found this Bougainvillea brightening my walk on city block in San Francisco. A quiet nature scene coupled with a little urban grit.
San Francisco’s crown of natural beauty within an urban environment is The Presidio. An early morning walk among the trees is a peaceful escape. I can smell the Eucalyptus when I look at this image.