Marlborough Buildings, Bath, England, 18th July 2019
This is England's equivalent of 'The Painted Ladies' on Alamo Square in San Francisco, featured in the opening sequences of the sitcom Full House and Fuller House, but the hill in Bath seems to be steeper. This row of Georgian houses is by the famous Royal Crescent. This great lawn by the Marlborough Buildings and the Royal Crescent is a great picnic spot and the perfect place to while away an afternoon in summer, perhaps with a game of frisbe.
This was taken in fairly harsh midday sun, which was coming from the left at 90 degrees, which brought out details in the buildings nicely. While not the obvious time of day to make a landscape photograph, there were some nice cloud formations in the sky, with two larger fluffy clouds perched gently on top of the middle of the terrace. The dark copper beech tree at the bottom of the terrace, porovided a nice contrast to the two plane trees at the top of the terrace. And it was as if the copper bech tree seemed to be propping up the terrace of houses and preventing them from sliding down the hill.
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A few weeks ago I went out hoping to catch one of Edmontons many storms. Unfortunately I was a little late. Even though it’s not what I originally envisioned I’m still happy with results!
“Winding Roads and Rain Clouds” 🌧 •
The first day we got to strathcona Provincial Park the rain clouds were in full force. I stopped to get this moody shot of the storm clouds covering the mountains and the road. On Vancouver island this summer wasn’t like most summers, tons of stormy and cloudy days. Can’t wait for autumn 🍂 •
Strathcona Provincial Park, Vancouver Island🌲
There may not be a single focal point in the photo but for me, editing this rainy inlet was more about working on color; the right hue and saturation for both the blues and the greens. Still tweaking, still exploring possibilities. Any critique is welcome.