Fallen from a home on high
Flickers in the grass
My annual autumn haiku. Last year's here.
Click on this post's headline for image EXIF data. Click on pcture to enlarge. Photograph © 2008 James Jordan.
1. Photograph at a time of day when the fewest people are likely to photograph. This is usually around sunrise. Your photo will have a look that relatively few other photos will have.
4. Photograph the landmark at a time of year when relatively few other people will photograph it. Early spring, peak color in autumn and mid-winter are good choices.
5. If the sky is doing something dramatic ... bonus!6. Stick to the rules of composition. Or not.
A traveler through this life collects photographs of and shares words about the points of light discovered along the way.
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