“ Double Sunset ” The great thing about living on the water is what I call the "bonus sunset". When the water is calm it can perfectly mirror the sky and sunsets become doubly gorgeous with the mirror image. It's also sometimes surprising how water will change the colors, but on this somewhat stormy night, the water got the colors just right.
I had some other alternative photos for this week that I will post on my blog at NicoleBeusHarris.com/blog.
I'm also very excited tha
“ Water Figure ” I chose this photo this week not because of its perfect clarity and fast shutter speed, because neither of those apply, but because of the perceived figure within the bounce of the water. Maybe a certain movie image growing up (the movie series which my son is now addicted to) subliminally influenced what I see here, but I saw it and said - this is my imperfect perfect photo for the week.
Do you see what I see? Because maybe I'm imagining it. LOL
“ Cool Blue Steel ” The Cambridge water tower always captures my attention. Maybe it's because it's a block from my condo, maybe because they light it at night, or maybe because I just love the blue hue. I think the blue and how it reminds me of the water inside and the sky above is the perfect contrast to the hardness of the steel that actually makes the tower. I'll admit that I never paid attention to all the textures of the tower before this week, but this photo definitely
“Water Equals Life” So we all know we're all made of water, but sometimes I feel some of us are considerably more connected to it for life. Water is life for many in my area. Water is livelihood. Everyday the watermen, generation after generation head out in their boats at 4am to make their living from the water around us. Our economy, our families, our food depend on this water. It's a hard living and in many ways our watermen are a dying breed like the farmers on the land a