Light Frost

You know you’re getting desperate for subject matter when you start taking pictures of light frost on the lawn. If I had young kids I could ask them to take off their shoes and do a moody black and white pic. Quarter century feet don’t photograph all that well even without colour. Besides the kids don’t live here any more.


About Chris Sorlie

The kids are gone and I'm shooting pictures of all sorts of good things.
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5 Responses to Light Frost

  1. Emily Gooch says:

    I know how it is when there is lack of inspiration. That’s what my post is about today too. Hey, at least you worked through it and posted something. Personally, I like your photo of the frosted lawn. Just a thought… I think it would be interesting to see some close up of that group of frosted leaves on the lower right. πŸ™‚

  2. Chris Sorlie says:

    Good thought Emily! And thanks for dropping by! You have some very nice shots on your blog. What do you shoot with?

    • Emily Gooch says:

      Thanks Chris! I own a Nikon D90 with 3 lens – Nikkor 18-55mm, 18-275mm and the 50mm Prime. Most of the time, I like to shoot using 50mm prime f1/8. I find it especially useful for shooting food photography.

      • Chris Sorlie says:

        I have a Panasonic Fz 35. Takes great pictures in the daytime with no lens bag! I got the Olympus E-PL1 (and will get a Panasonic 20mm 1.7). So I have two cameras and a small lens bag! I looked long and hard at Canon and Nikon, particularly Nikon because of their cheaper primes. I was thinking 35 (50), 50 (75), and 85 (128) or a zoom instead of the 85. Weight and money were the factors although I can see a lens bag in the future. Maybe a shade lighter but just as expensive!

  3. It’s been in the 90’s all week here in So Cal, so frost on the grass actually looks pretty darn inviting to me!!! πŸ™‚

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