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Warm Weather

Posted in Beach, Caribbean, Coastal, Melabee M Miller, Nautical, Ocean, Rainbow, Sailboat with tags , , , on March 22, 2012 by melabeemiller

Just back from a wonderful catamaran cruise on the yacht,  Sweetest Thing, in the Caribbean.  After a week of sailing, we landed in Newark to find warm weather, trees in bloom, flowers, butterflies and birds chirping.

Spring is here and Summer is not far behind; enjoy the Caribbean’s clear blue water.

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More Sparkle!

Posted in Beach, Coastal, Daylight, Digital Image, Motor boat, Nature, Nautical, Ocean, Sailboat, Scan, Summer, Sunlight, Sunset, Travel on January 27, 2011 by melabeemiller

Remember what warmth feels like?

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Reflections….take 2.

Posted in AT&T Building, Coastal, Daylight, Detail, Fall, Lights, Metropolitan Life Building, Nature, Nautical, New York City, Sailboat, Seasons, Sunlight on December 9, 2010 by melabeemiller

I’ve been experimenting with more reflection images and turning  the image led me to look at them differently.  Time to upend the normal.  What do you think?

Reflections autumn

Met Life Building

 

MoMA Automobile

 

November-Light

Posted in Daylight, Detail, Moonrise, Nature, Sailboat, Sunlight, Sunset, Travel on October 30, 2009 by melabeemiller
Sunset over sailboat in Orient Bay, NY

© melabee m miller Sunset, Orient Bay, NY

At this time of the year, I have been thinking about how daylight diminishes daily.  Each morning the sun rises one minute later than the day before and it sets one minute earlier.  That’s two minutes per day and November 1 steals away another hour of daylight.  As the amount of light fades there are still opportunities to create visually beautiful images.

Moon Rise in Puerto Rico

© melabee m miller Moonrise Puerto Rico

Let’s all remember to take the time to really see our surroundings, no matter what the circumstances.

As Dorothea Lange once said, “A camera is a tool for learning how to see without a camera” . A wonderful  photographer, she was hired by the Farm Security Administration to document the plight of farmworkers in the Great Depression.  A new  book about her work, entitled Dorothea Lange, A Life Beyond Limits by Linda Gordon has recently been published.