Autumn (fall sounds too painful to use, even as a season) is one of my two favorite seasons since it’s all about color and change. Seems that now, seasonal color shifts on leaves can’t be pin-pointed by date so one must be both vigilant and mobile to locate the where and when of tree-turning color. Halloween, however is always the same date so it’s easy to begin your photo ramp up for it. As always, some places really dial up the cats and pumpkins and I found these shots in my photo library. They’re from outside the city hall in Quebec City. There’s still time to see what may be lurking in and around your neighborhood. If there’s not much, check the web for hallowfests etc. and note that the price of gas is dropping.
A classically trained musician since childhood, Jack Carlson always had the “ear” of an artist. It was only a short step to develop the artist’s “eye” as well.
The portfolio of this certified photographer reveals images that emphasize mood and composition. Their purpose is to present a feeling in addition to portrayal of person, place or thing. Sometimes that feeling is nostalgia; other times it is serenity.
Each photograph tells a story.