Your Monday Photo Shoot: Capture something in silhouette. Faces, bodies, trees, buildings -- whatever is attractively shadowed is up for consideration.
Aw, heck, John. It feels as if I serve up silhouettes practically every night as it is. Many of my sunset shots have backlit trees, mountains, houses, fences, power poles, or some combination thereof.
But what the heck. Van Gogh painted a lot of cypress trees. Is it so bad that I photograph certain trees in silhouette over and over, because they happen to be in my sunset shots?
This isn't technically a silhouette picture, but it's from tonight and I like it. To the naked eye, the mountains seemed to stand in front of each other in flat layers, like a bad Viewmaster shot.
Here's another shot from back in August, which I played with a bit. It's the tree next door. Don't let it fall on my roof!
Tomorrow: more storm pictures.