Arriving in the evening at the Salton Sea, I found these three trees off a dirt road. As the area is a National Wildlife Refuge with limited access I was limited to the angle I could use to photograph the trees. With the mosquitoes biting in mid-November I tried to find to find the best placement for the sun in respect to the trees from along the road.
It’s interesting what can happen to an image if the white balance is off a little bit. The following is taken in Southern California and the red glow is a bit ominous since this background is near an open space canyon. However it was only the light of the city reflecting off the marine layer which moved in a little this evening.
How many times have you walked into a room where it has only been illuminated by a digital clock. As I was thinking of an image this evening I encountered this and something made me take the photograph of the LCD display with nothing else. So with a little over an hour left in Day 16 I had the following photograph.
While watching the Arizona Wildcats play this evening against Oregon, I thought about the image for today and came up with the concept for this image. This marks the 15th day of the project and I can say I am learning quite a bit in these past days.
I was just taking the garbage out to the dumpster and on my short trip back I noticed the sun hitting the area above the garage. The shadows of the power lines were helping the image and in to grab my camera I went. I probably could have spent a good amount of time with the texture and the shadows of the lines but came away with the following photograph for Day 14.