Most of the photographs I take are at night on walks along the Millpond boardwalk in Brighton, Michigan. While my design work tends to be precise, my photography isn’t. I point and shoot. Sometimes I fiddle with the dials, but most of the time I ignore them. Accuracy isn’t important to me. To pile on the photographic blasphemy, I’ll doctor the images in Photoshop, if I damned well please.
I like this blurry wrought iron bench illuminated by a mercury vapor street light. The neon blue shadows foretell something. I think it warrants a written accompaniment. Go ahead. Tell its story. I might add mine someday, but if you submit one I like, I’ll post it and give you credit.