"A good photograph is knowing where to stand." - Ansel Adams
f/8 ISO 200 on a tripod HDR so no shutter speed
For several months small groups of photographers have been going to Boston College to photograph one the top twenty-five most beautiful college libraries in the United States – The Bapst Library – actually it was ranked #1! After numerous failed attempts to get on the list, I succeeded.
About ten others joined me in this classic library. The stained glass windows, the handcrafted wood, the ambience all were there for my camera. Where do I start? I positioned my tripod in the back, the front, in a private meeting room, near the floor – the possibilities were limitless.
Quoting Ansel “knowing where to stand” was the determining factor and for me it was as you entered the Bapst.
"Newspaper Rock" was a series of petroglyphs carved into the rock's surface some 2000 years ago!
Now, be honest - how many of you were craving a butterscotch sundae after yesterday's image? Still hanging with me - Phil, Michelle, EMO, Joyce, Joani, and Tony.