Textures & Cool Tones

Yesterday I got the opportunity to spend my morning in the company of this wonderful human, playing with cameras in the cool winter air.

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Having recently gotten involved in the lovely world of photography, she was eager to take her new camera for a spin and I was more than happy to join. As a Pullman native she had a few places picked out, the first of which was a work yard and the second a garden. Both were beaten by winter and full of texture.

It was a crisp morning, and as we wound our way between stacks of pallets and around mud puddles, the cameras captured the coolness of the morning brilliantly. It was a northwest day without the rain, and I was blown away by both the simplicity and complexity of the shots & I wanted to share them with you. Enjoy.

This simple shot was one of my favorites from the whole adventure – I love the color of the pallet and the texture of it’s splintered end.

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Stacks on stacks on stacks [of pallets]

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This old yellow building was probably my favorite location of the entire adventure. I love the texture of the peeling paint and the dulled yellow color. It all seemed very rustic, and it fit well into the northwestern chill of the day with it’s muted scheme. (I’d be interested to see what this same building looks like in the summer sun.)

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I love the colors of this wall – the yellows, cremes, whites, and darker grays – and I loved the different patterns.
This wall – in all of it’s textured glory was my dream come true.

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