Back in May of 2012, I took this photo from the Train Depot looking in towards the city of Boise.Double exposures of the same subject – cars on Capitol Blvd. Interesting effect and I always have loved this photo. Enjoy! Left-Click the photo to enlarge. Then look for the original size number and click on that number.
Here is another photo that I really like.It was taken at Shoshone Falls. It was raining lightly and this hole in the rock “snuck up on me”. It was a surrealistic view of the Snake River 500 feet below me. This one really looks great enlarged to full size. It has been HDR bracketed.
Look closely at this one. Left-Click to see enlarged. Enjoy!
There is a combined 120,000 acres burning west and north of Boise. That smoky air does funny things to the sunlight filtering through the smoke. A surrealistic canvas. The “off white” of the Boise Depot, pictured here, that comes out a distorted yellow-orange, creates an entirely different view of the depot compared to the full, clear sun that is usually shinning.
Here are some photos I took this morning while the sun was still somewhat low and a low level of intensity. Do enjoy these and please do make comments. Left-Click any of these to see them in a larger format. Cheers!