After a string of relatively mild winters, Mother Nature has return to balance things out. But nature has also provided some opportunities to photograph rare occurrences, like frozen waterways. One such waterway is the Walnut Street Bridge in Harrisburg Pennsylvania.
TGIF! It's been quite a hectic week and I am sooo happy to see Friday arrive [end mild rant]. :-) In today's post I open my new series called "Window Shopping". No it's not the traditional window shopping where one walks and gazes in store windows while buying few if any goods but rather, a hunt for attractive glass in an architectural setting. For me, it's important to have the two elements of glass and architectural features that somehow lend themselves to an eye-pleasing scene.
Now like artwork, the beauty will be in the eye of the beholder but I will do my best to present something of interest. As you know, we photogs see things a little differently than many outside of the craft. My hope is to bridge that gap with something that many see on a regular basis (windows) while creating a bit of an artistic look. Anyhow, enough of the chitter-chatter, let's get down with the get down.
This first in the series is another blue hour shot featuring a building that houses Harrisburg (PA) University's Science and Technology Center in Strawberry Square.
Have a fantastic weekend and don't forget... make some memories!