Summer is upon us, and I’m finding myself roaming the hills in Alamo and Danville to occupy myself during this pandemic. The trails are wide and allow for passing with at least six feet of distance. These photos are with my B&W camera.
This view is of Mt. Diablo. The oaks trees are plentiful, and rolling hills in the foreground covered with dry grass.
Wispy clouds that I thought were very expressive. I composed the image with a profile-like cloud to the left with the oak trees in the foreground.
This image was mostly about the flow and glow on the clouds. I balanced the clouds with the hills and trees.
This composition caught my eye back in Spring, and I made this image in B&W. The trail gracefully winds throughout the image.
I made these photos while visiting my sister’s family. I usually end up trying to keep up. This image was composed as they were farther on the trail.
The sun peering through the trees makes a dramatic impact. The light rays illuminate part of the dry grass.