The Gray Cold Day and the Black & White Photograph
Today I was stuck outside for a good hour freezing my butt off waiting for some folks to show up for an assignment I was working on. The assignment was out at Glen Magna in Danvers which is a pretty cool place. I wondered around a bit out by the Derby Tea House and noticed that the gray light was making things look really interesting. The trees were looking really cool, no pun intended. I had with me two Canon cameras the 5D Mk3 and the 7D Mk2 the 24-70 was on the 5D and the 70-200 was on the 7D. As I poked around images just started flowing as they often do. Some of the trees really attracted me and I made images that I knew would be B&W. A bench with some really cool sides just jumped out at me. A window in a shed was my main attraction as it had some new tools in an old window, just really cool stuff. The Canon's while breaking my back did a great job as usual.
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