Summer’s End

summer's end
Summer’s End

It looks like a misty morning but it’s actually a misty sunset. I took a series of photos with the settings on my camera set for very low light, which made all my photos of this particular misty evening and sunset very overexposed. I went back when I realized and retook the ones I could get, but I liked some of the overexposed photos. They look faded and antique, especially being a mown field and similarly agricultural things.I thought I’d share a few, and this is one.

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2 Comments

    1. It’s like the harvest festival Lugnasadh, which falls on the “cross-quarter” between the summer solstice and autumnal equinox, that marks the change from summer’s growth to autumn’s harvest, they both exist equally in that moment.

      One of the reasons I never toss a photo. I often find value in what are technically “mistakes,” but that’s all about intent, which is not necessarily connected to reality. There’s a dose of aesthetic philosophy for a day after a holiday! Thanks for visiting!

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