01.30.13 simply solitary

They say photography is as much about what you leave out of the composition as it is about what you leave in…

Today’s photo is a giddy celebration of negative space; it has loads to do with the pure, white backdrop of fresh snow and the total absence of any visual clutter – a luxury seldom enjoyed in my mostly-urban photosphere.

I love the starkness and intensity of that solitary branch perched so lightly and isolated in such an expanse of emptiness that it appears to float.

blog013013_branchinsnow30/2013: fallen branch on snow

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