Documenting Time: Abandoned Vehicle

These were captured in the season of winter, while I continue to document time with the same subject through the seasons. There's certainly a different perspective illuminated this round in comparison to summer or fall captures.

Snow can be a natural unifier in photos, and winter light usually elucidates a stark landscape due to the low angle of the sun. While the winter light and snow produce obstacles and undesired qualities at times, winter light also reveals deeper textures and soft hues amidst long shadows often associated with the winter light.

Winter light is indeed one of my favorite light sources. Fall is also one of my favorite light sources with all of it's red hues as the days shorten, mirroring the dramatic changes happening in the fading foliage.

Thus, I grouped my fall (early fall/late summer) collection of the abandoned car as the 'Eye of the Storm'. I may group this winter set as Fade to White, or Fade to Winter Light.

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Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again.
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