Griffiss International Sculpture Garden
About an hour before sunset on Saturday I went for a walk at the Griffiss International Sculpture Garden. I decided to only take my Pen-F camera with the 17mm lens. I wasn’t looking for macros this time but trying to see the park differently. I was hoping to catch of few of the sculptures against the winter snow and blue sky. When I came upon Persephone, by Howard Kalish, I knew I was going to capture this one. The colors jumped out at me! Normally I like this one best when it is illuminated at night but in the late afternoon sun I think it shined very bright.
The color and light are great. So fun!
Agreed. Driving to the park I knew I was going to capture this image, it stood out among everything there…