As in yesterday morning, which started out incredibly foggy and then became clear before noon. Not bothering to look through the view finder (it was a quick walk and the mosquitos were starting to gather), I held my camera low to take a random shot of fog droplets on the grass.
As a photo on its own, it doesn’t interest me much in color or composition. But when I crop it down to a small section, the pattern of drops gives me some ideas for metal clay work this afternoon. Camera as sketchbook.
3 responses to “One morning in Maine”
I saw some beautiful spiderwebs all picked out in dewdrops yesterday morning. Wish I had the time to stop and take a picture but I was on my way to work.
I love how those spiderwebs look in the early morning! The days go way too fast in July and August.
Love “camera as sketchbook”. Love to see your artistic process. Thank you for sharing it with us!