When it comes to my favorite time of year, Fall takes the cake. The cool, crisp air filling your lungs is enough to put some pep in anyone’s step. The whole season is tailor-made for long walks admiring the increasingly color -filled scenery and the best for nighttime star gazing. I decided to take my camera along with me and capture some of the sights of Fall. The first photo is my favorite.
Every Halloween millions of pumpkins are ruthlessly slaughtered for our sick, twisted amusement. For years I wanted to capture the plight of the pumpkin and bring attention to brutal death of our favorite gourd.
Really, I wanted to try my hand at perspective photography and try to bring emotion into pictures with lighting and colors. I thought it would be neat to take pictures of all the smashed pumpkins immediately following the Halloween festivities. It has been bouncing around in my brain for a while and now I am finally acting on it (as I am on lots of things which feels pretty awesome). Here is a preview of kind of what it will look like when it is finished. These are two photos I took outside my friends Tim and Mary’s house. Those with a weak heart look away.