Color Shifting Fall to Winter

50 days apart.  Photos from one day in late Fall 2013 and one day in early Winter 2013. Pairs highlight the stark shift from a vivid range of hues to almost full gray-scale, while many of the structural shapes remain the same. Reminds me why sunny, crisp fall days always seem so fleeting, and why winter often inspires focus on texture, shape, detail…and imagined color.

How about you?

Color Shifting Fall to Winter in the Cornell Plantations Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

Color Shifting Fall to Winter in the Cornell Plantations Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

Color Shifting Fall to Winter in the Cornell Plantations Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

Color Shifting Fall to Winter in the Cornell Plantations Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

Color Shifting Fall to Winter in the Cornell Plantations Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

Color Shifting Fall to Winterat Flatrock Ithaca NY - photography by Alison Shull

(Thanks who-ever-you-are for the creative ice sculpture near Flatrock – was fun to “discover”, along with all those other ice sculptures on the Ithaca Commons)

Camera: iphone5 camera.
Location: at/near the Arnold Arboretum in the Cornell University Plantations, Ithaca NY.

Alison Shull is an artist who likes to wander and wonder outside, often in and around Ithaca NY. Enjoy a wander outside yourself and/or through her on-line art gallery www.alisonshull.com
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