Dappled Light

Dappled Light | Daniel j Gregory PhotographyWorking on some images from a trip a few months ago to the Hoh rainforest over in the Olympic National Park. I spent a good chuck of my time in my film world in black and white and so I often times still come across scenes where I just know that I want to process the final image into that medium. In this case, I was up in the Hall of Moss and the light broke through the trees and fell across the moss of this nurse log. I loved the delicate balance of light on the plants against the dark background. Nature sure does have a way with her paintbrush.

October 2, 2012

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