Photography as a Calming Agent
Sometimes, it’s hard to figure out what photo to post next. I have quite a few that I want to show you, but somehow it has to just feel right at the time. After Bob Zeller (his blog is here) and David Heilman (his blog is here) mentioned liking adobe architecture on a post yesterday, I decided to post some images of Santa Fe this morning.
As I was looking at photos to post this afternoon, I ran across this one, and it gave me a sense of calm that was just what I needed, so it’s become my afternoon image.
I took this photo in September at my friends’ house in Tesuque, New Mexico. I just love those grasses in this photo, and you’ve seen them before on this blog. I like the graceful, soft feel of them, and the curve of their stem is just wonderful to photograph. I was using my 35-70mm lens and the aperture was set at f/4.5. Hope this photo gives you a sense of something too. (:
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