A recent sunny afternoon gave me a chance to capture some of the last color until next spring... These red berries were so striking against the blue sky and remaining green leaves. Red, green and blue, or RGB, is a way of capturing colors for video devices such as the monitor you're using right now. Once in a while you capture these three hues courtesy of Mother Nature.
"Colonial" lamp in a town shopping center parking lot is actually damaged from the last hurricane, the top of it is completely missing, but from this view, it looks just fine.
Just a glorious riot of colors and textures. I feel like the orange leaf most of the time.
This last image is missing the blue sky portions, but I loved the way the color of the burning bush (Euonymus alatus compactus) was tightly contained in the mainly neutral setting. The hints of greens and yellows accent the red nicely, and the graphic shadow of the boardwalk anchors it all. Yes, that's me on the lower right, sort of looking like a larger, stumpier railing post, lol.
B O N U S P H O T O S : )
Works-in-progress. Haven't touched these two in several months, but they've both been aging nicely. The piece above will get a layer of wall joint compound soon, as the image below has. These are both examples of my "cardboard quilts," and get a nice 3D shape as the three-layer cardboard sandwich bases I've created dry out and warp in subtly different directions. When these are hung on a wall, frameless as 99% of my art is, they stand proud of the wall as if trying to enter the room itself. Light plays on their faceted shapes, changing as the lighting in the room changes.