This picture, to me, presents order: the symmetry of the perfect strokes of light glaring through the sturdy upright trees. This is a balanced photograph with plenty of detail in the background and the three trees maybe introducing the rule of thirds, the two behind attractively framing the closest tree.
Love black and white photos. It feels so vintage to me. Sometimes you can actually see the meaning behind the pic from the photographer without having the various pops of color
Aligned, photography by Pierre Pellegrini. In Nature, Vegetal, Tree, forest. Aligned, photography by Pierre Pellegrini. Image #351614
"I read my books with diligence, and mounting skills and gathering certainty. I read the way a person might swim, to save his or her life. I wrote that way too." —Mary Oliver, from “Staying Alive,” in Blue Pastures (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1995)
Aqualove by Stefan Gesell
shadow play - hands...not even sure if this would work into the play, but it is so stinkin' cool!
Lighting tutorial on the differences the placement of lights has on the perception of character to audience.