January in Minnesota can be cold, and dark. If you’ve never been here know that the sun goes down at about 4:30pm. This time of year from about 4 to 4:15 my west facing windows are washed in some spectacular low-angled, texture-defining light. As I walked through the room I wanted to attempt to capture how sharp the lace work was on the table, though I wasn’t quite sure where my focus point should be. If the steel ball was in focus I could see my reflection and I didn’t want that.
Tips? I’m all ears.
Maybe the frame is better looking in color. Thoughts?