It was around 4:15 pm when I took this dramatic photo of the Original Mine. The sun was low and back lit the head frame, causing the long, dark shadows. The white snow is a good contrast to the dark shadows, versus the normally gray grass.
This is a re-shoot of a photo I took a few years ago (in 2005?). I actually prefer the 2005 version of this photo, by far. However, I can’t blow that photo up as large as I want to be able to, because it was taken with a 6 MP camera with one photo cropped. …
The light the hour before the sun sets is so beautiful. It’s golden in color and adds a lot of contrast to bring out the detail in the uptown Butte buildings. This photo was taken from the hill on Main Street, shooting with my telephoto lens to get the compression between buildings. EDUCATIONAL NOTE: A …
This is the Original Mine the hour before sun rise, also known as magic hour because of the excellent light quality. It’s cropped a bit strange. But I think it looks better than with the old buses in the photo.
The Jewish Synagogue is such a beautiful building architecturally. I’ve never been inside of it, but I’ve heard it’s equally as impressive. This photo was shut just after the sun rose, creating great contrast. Lately I’m drawn to black-and-white in photographs. It makes images with drab colors look a million times better.
This Windmill is basically in my yard. Yard being rooftop, at least. You can see the Mountain Con Mine on the horizon, and the MOFAB to the lower left.
Photo of Montana Resources during “magic hour,” the hour before sunset where the light is golden and shows off texture.