“When gifts are given to me through my camera, I accept them graciously.” – Minor White
Spent Halloween evening at the West Eugene wetlands and it was a perfect night – No Tricks, just Treats. After a few days of rain and low clouds it was such a treat to get out and shoot a bit. There were big clouds pushing up against the mountains to the east but a clearing formed over the lake and the moon was out – a half moon. The clouds were so creative in their formations and the lake was perfectly smooth – no wind – so they reflected beautifully.
The two images below were taken about 30 minutes apart and you can see how the clouds shifted and formed an interesting sky. Obviously one is B&W and the other color and I do not really know which I like best but welcome your thoughts. Yes that small object in the upper left section is the moon. As always if you click on the image you can get a larger view.