Yellow Shadows

Yellow Shade

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For someone who’s used to the splendid natural beauty found among the mountains of upstate NY, living in the suburbs of New Jersey can be a frustrating experience. I can’t tell you how many would-be beautiful spots here are just ruined by a house, power line, road, car, or simple litter.

It turns out that there are many beautiful things to be found in spite of all that, albeit it takes a while to develop an eye for it. Most of it is at the macro scale, and learning to spot opportunities where you wouldn’t otherwise expect it.

As a case in point, the above photo was taken in the parking lot outside the office building where I work. I spotted it as I got out of my car that morning. The parking lot was covered in shallow puddles – just enough to give the freshly fallen leaves a reflection that wouldn’t otherwise be present on the asphalt.

Taken with my Nikon D300 and 105mm f/2.8 lens, shot at 1/125 s at f/5.6.


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