Seattle 1990. Kodachrome 64. Color filter on lens. Taken from the window of my apartment on Capital Hill, looking towards the Olympic Peninsula. Seattle 1990. Kodachrome 64. Color filter on lens. Taken from the window of my apartment on Capital Hill, looking towards the Olympic Peninsula. Seattle 1990. Kodachrome 64. Color filter on lens. Taken from the window of my apartment on Capital Hill, looking towards the Olympic Peninsula. Seattle 1990. Kodachrome 64. Color filter on lens. Taken from the window of my apartment on Capital Hill, looking towards the Olympic Peninsula. Fuji Velvia. 1991. original colors. Fuji Velvia. 1991. Color adjusted in Photoshop. At home. Canon 40D. 2009. Original, no Photoshop. On the Kaibab Plateau, heading to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the sky was begging to be photographed, so I stopped. Kodachrome 64, color filter on lens. Somewhere in Utah. 1991. Kodachrome 64. No Photoshop. At home. Canon 40D. 2009. Color by Photoshop.

Sky

December 16, 2012  by RJMS  •  sky

Like many folks who live out West and who have access to large expanses of sky on a more or less constant basis I look up a lot, as a normal reaction to the ever changing beauty of the sky. Occasionally I do it with purpose, to take photos of what I see. Like these.