A Year in Photos

Photography, fiction, and personal essays form my three primary creative outlets. For this blog's first 18 months, I used it primarily for photography. As I've returned to creative writing, I'll use this blog for fiction, too. Sometimes, when reality needs to be discussed more than truth, I write personal essays.

This blog will continue to showcase as many above-average photos as I can muster. Hopefully my written work will be as good or better than the visual. Whichever drew you here -- photographs or fiction, I hope you enjoy both.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Single Image, Lots of Scale

Lest you think I'm simply a photo-stitch fauxtographer, I wanted to share an architectural photo I took that is a single shot. I set myself up for this shot by selecting my place and waiting for people. This took very little time.

Without the people, this bridge has neither scale no depth. This shot shows that the spire is a good distance away and the person near the spire shows it has significant height, too.

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