The muse visited today
I love spring and especially when the leaves are budding and fluffy and that gorgeous shade of yellow-green, white, pink and touches of red. I knew there was a shot in our yard and the leaves looked just right so I got out my cameras and went at it with a hopeful sense of trial and error and fun. The weather was much better than predicted and I tried all sorts of things: multiple exposures, intentional camera movement, different settings, etc. The muse must have seen me and paid a visit. She brought me the spirit of Georges Seurat and the pointillist artists of the impressionist movement (see more here: pointillism-7-things-you-need-to-know.
Here are two examples. There are more - just click on either of he images and you'll be directed to the gallery where the rest of them are. I would love to hear your thoughts.
Keywords: buds, intentional camera movement, leaves, multiple exposures, muse, painterly, pointillism, spring
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