in which they wait…

Monochrome Winter

I have begun transitioning this blog over to my portfolio website. I created that site almost two years ago due to running out of image space on WordPress. I have still been using WordPress to publish my ramblings but it is time to fully embrace the new site. I will continue to publish on this version of the blog for a while and will maintain it as an archive of my growth over the past several years…

in which they wait – portfolio blog


It was another of those moments yesterday as I traveled to work. I have viewed this scene from the on-ramp to the Thruway for quite a long time. The casino by me built a parking lot for their employees and they would bus them back and forth. I haven’t seen this lot being used in a few years, other than the occasional semi-driver needing to rest.

With the fresh coat of snow and supposedly the full moon (damn overcast skies), I turned the car at the intersection to track down my image. From the moment I spied the three shelters in the parking lot I knew when I eventually stopped to capture the picture, it would end up as a black & white. I have been collecting my B&W winter scenes in a folder called Monochrome Winter. I think it might be time to create that gallery here on this site…


MLCreations Photography: Blog Post Related &emdash; in which they wait...

in which they wait…
Olympus OM-D E-M1, M. Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8, 6s, 12mm, f/9, ISO 800

One response to “in which they wait…

  1. I do that too – catalog a scene or object that I see regularly and know that someday I will get that shot. I like the 3 lit parking lot shelters.

    I went and subscribed to the new blog site. I’m running out of space on my blog too…guess I should figure out what to do.

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