The log made it all this way and refused to fall. I like that about a log. Well done, John Marciano, and thanks for sharing.
Today’s In Frame by John Goucher was captured in front of the US Capitol on a foggy day. Well done. I hope this makes it to print.
When I look at people in any body of water I instantly want to be with them. However, this eerie moment causes intrigue that pulls me in but leaves me haunted in the same breath. The dark shadows and the water ripples blur any clarity making it difficult to discern the context of the image. It doesn’t matter if the human is in serenity or anguish, the image’s obscurity is part of what makes it beautiful.
The heat has been unbearable lately. There have been too many long days indoors glancing out the window dreaming of the air cooling off. I also often dream of being in the ocean, like in this photo by Jaime Harris, and feeling the cold water against my skin. This image taken while the photographer was submerged in the ocean gives me the sensation that I am almost there.
The hues and tones in this photograph by Instagram user, @bonafidedc are delicious. The filter used on this image enhances the retro Vogue spirit of the scene. The reds & blues contrast well, and I love the tiny water droplets—a subtle but important detail.