Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Tranquility, Part 1

You have to get up real early to get a photo of tranquility. And even then it's not a sure bet. This shot in Grand Marais, Minnesota required rising at 5:00 a.m. and trudging through a light mist to the harbor. A blue filter added some interest to an otherwise gray scene.

Tranquility is just as elusive in everyday life. It takes work to find it. But it's there, somewhere among the busyness and general hubbub. Having the right filter helps there, too. More tomorrow.

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© 2005 James Jordan


Lee said...


The Corporal said...

That is an incredible photo. The blue gives it an amazing tone, that, as you said livens up an otherwise grey shot.


I like all your pics by the way...