words to shoot by is back! we’re on our second word of the year: together. i shot these in a beautiful old church in Beacon Hill on friday night a couple weeks ago. we joined a couple friends at that church for a concert featuring an experimental cello quartet and a couple other string ensambles. i had only brought my camera on a whim, since i rarely shoot at night, but i’m lucky i did.
today words to shoot by is revealing their selections from the latest call for entries.
this lady went to bed with her fingers crossed because she sent along three little photos for
consideration. wtsb has been one of my fav photo blogs for a little while now so it would
be the highest honor to have my work included, as its pages are graced with
so many talented artists.
the challenge word this round was PLACE. i mulled over two different versions. the pics
above are my second option, the ones i didn’t send. so you’ll have to swing over to
WTSB to see how it all turned out. i am very excited to see how everyone else
even though the light fades in the winter, making shooting a bit more of a
challenge, I’ve found some of the most interesting textures are revealed
during these colder months. the shots above are a random collection
of the winter’s texture i’ve found so far. from the top: salty harvard
square, a repotting project late one sunday afternoon, harvard
benches, & salt-washed steps in beacon hill.
a few more BH shots for a cold monday morning.
the Church of The Advent in beacon hill.
i was agog at those hinges… the detail, the patina!
on a recent walk through beacon hill
i caught myself admiring how the
old fire escapes caught the late