I am exploring meteorology. I am interested in this because weather exhibits very lively things compressed in one photo.I took the first photograph, and you can see a rarely seen phenomena called a double rainbow. I know that double rainbows form together when there is light passing through thick layers of rain or mist.In this case, they formed after a heavy hailstorm in Pennsylvania. At first I saw one, only to see the faint second unsheathed by clouds, resulting in two colored archways across the dark gray sky. My interpretation of this photograph is that the rarely seen double rainbow will intrigue viewers.
It has been said that one image is worth a thousand words. This could be true about this photograph because it says a lot about experiencing the natural brilliance. It reflects my theme in that it is weather related, although this is a brighter photo than my usual gloomy pictures.
One thing that I know about weather is that you must intercept storms and have an understanding of the dynamics of storms in order to take eye-catching photos. One thing that I wonder about intercepting storms is if you can still capture good weather photos when you are not in a suitable area. This makes me think of taking pictures of my theme in the New York City environment without a rural landscape.
The second image was created by ducatirider and I found it on www.flickr.com. In this image, I see railroad tracks with bright red stones that contrast with the stormy black clouds it leads into . I know that this picture must have been taken during a thunderstorm unless it was photo-shopped because it produced such dark clouds. My interpretation of this image is that using the railroad tracks as lead lines into the picture made this a magnificent photo.
The second image relates to my photograph because it uses contrasts between bright things and gloomy clouds. As I look at this and other images, my next image will use lead lines. If I were to look up some information about my theme/topic, I would like to know more about photographing lightning.
Since you are reading this post, I would like to ask you what season you find to be most interesting to take photos of.