One of the nice things of doing the Thirty Days project each year is visiting places which were part of Thirty Days in the past and seeing how things changed. On Day 10 of this year, there was some pollution in the sky so I wasn’t sure how that would impact sunset at all. I decided to give it a chance and head to one of the areas just west of downtown Denver to get an evening photograph. You may recall on the 150th birthday of Denver last year I was in the same spot, as today’s image. There are some changes as buildings continue to add to the skyline of Denver, and unfortunately the colors from sunset hit further south resulting in the following dusk image for today.
A picture tells a story. With so many ways to tell a story, a picture not only communicates the vision I see but allows viewers to interpret the story in their own way.
The enjoyment of communicating stories through images has been with me since I was young, and it has grown over the years. Working as a software implementation consultant and now photographer my business and artistic knowledge allows me to look at projects from a a center point. This balance lets me refine my photographic vision and tell the necessary story which will make your next project exciting and successful.