Monthly Archives: April 2016

A Shining Cross (and why I’m no Ansel Adams)

The glint of sunlight reflecting off this cross atop Old St. Mary’s Church caught my eye as I walked back to my office around 9:00 this morning after teaching my first class. Here’s a reverse shot I took a bit … Continue reading

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Making a Picture

The other day when I posted the “rainbow” light slanting through my office’s Venetian blinds, I mentioned that usually the light coming through is white and casts interesting shadows. Here’s an example of what I mean. I take a lot of … Continue reading

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A Venetian-Blind Rainbow

Here’s what I saw when I stopped by my office on the way to my 8:00 a.m. class this morning. Usually the light slanting through the Venetian blind into my office is white, creating interesting patterns of grayscale shadow on my multi-recessed wall. I’d never seen color … Continue reading

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