The theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is Low Light. I thought I would join in. I enjoy low light photography. The words moody and dramatic spring to mind. It’s the realm of the arty farty, don’t you think? I like that word. Realm. I like arty farty too. Anyway, today I have four photos. The first three were snapped by my True Love (TL) and I took, and mucked around with, the fourth one. Please note that we don’t do mornings.
Kangaroo mob in the late afternoon.
View of Mount Painter in Canberra’s northwest. My TL was photographing birds so there was no time to change settings when he noticed what was happening in the background. He who hesitates, etc.
The following photo is of my mum and B’s house, or at least it was until the end of last year. Talk about midnight at the oasis. They moved off the farm into town.
I thought I should finish this series with a photo of the photographer himself. To protect his privacy, I darkened an already dim photo.
Fortunately there are not enough hours in the day.
Apologies if you have the Maria Muldaur song/earworm stuck in your head now. You know how to fix that.
Take care, everyone.