Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Seeing red #4

This is the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal Lighthouse - another candidate for the red rule of photography. It sits on a pier that juts out into Lake Michigan. It teams up with a light tower that sits one hundred yards or so behind it to form a set of range lights that guide boats safely into the canal at night.

This was taken late in the day from a city park adjacent to the piers. I set the camera low on the tripod to catch the expanse of rolling waters, which, along with the sky, also serve to highlight the red structure.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2006 James Jordan.


Jem@shutterjunkie said...

I think the strength of the blur is a little too much for me, but I really love the composition and colours. Lovely golden sunlight! :)

Becky said...

I like it, : )

James said...

jem, I knew I was pushing it a bit with the blur, but the photo wasn't working for me otherwise.

Congratulations on your graduation, by the way!

becky, thanks for coming by and for the comment.