Friday the 13th found a transition day in Denver weather wise. The nice warm days we had earlier this week are gone and some snow is on the horizon. This morning I walked up the street to Berkeley Park and brought my camera with me. At the park some of the tennis courts were resurfaced earlier in the fall from the traditional green courts which are common in most parks. I noticed leaves lying around the court and looked for one which was on a line. On the first court I found a leaf which was on the baseline and sort of on it’s own versus some of the other compositions I looked into photographing. The image for today is this lone leaf which now in the afternoon has probably blown across town in the wind.
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.