Tag Archives: Black and White Photography
The same scene in color and then in black-and-white — one closer, one pulled back — convey very different moods. I always find black-and-white more expressive. How about you? For another view, check out Susan Reinberg’s post of the photo … Continue reading
I was drawn to the weaving back and forth of the fence line and the tall grasses trapped inside. The fence seemed to go on forever, fading into the distance.
The clouds envelop the tree, the road beckons.
The corn harvest long over, the wagon stands at the edge of the field on Airport Hill in Roxbury. Rain and mud have characterized this unusually mild winter. But ice and snow are on the way.
I discovered a little park that few visitors to Camden seem to know about, and it offered a very different view of the harbor. The angle of the tree in the foreground and the distant array of boats offered an idyllic … Continue reading
This tugboat in Belfast Harbor offered me the perfect chance to combine my fascination with infrared photography with my love for boats in general and tugs in particular. The curved lines of the boat played nicely against the straight lines … Continue reading
The first haying is underway around here, and this half-cut field caught my eye in the late afternoon light. If you take a close look, you might note this year’s resident perched atop the wren house in the foreground. The … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda I can imagine that all manner of beasts might live within the hollow.
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda The zigzags on the stairway are for real. (For those who remember “The Outer Limits”: “Don’t adjust your vertical, don’t adjust your horizontal. For the next hour we will control all that you see … Continue reading
Photograph copyright 2016 by Marc Isolda