A Year In Photos: Inanimates

2015 was the first whole year I had a digital camera.  Some photos that year didn’t make it to the blog; so, to complete the picture (pun intended), I began a short Year In Photos series this month.

The first entry covered the winter months (beginning & end).  The second covered organics (plants & animals).  This third and last: the “inanimates.”  It’s going to be a bit lackluster in comparison because I got more shots of, well, life.  But the images are all at maximum resolution (click on an image for detail)—there’s that.

Wooden porch railing hand rest. (June 25 6:23 p.m.)
Coat hooks, outside therapist office (Aug. 3 2:54 p.m.)

I took quite a few photos around the USM Glickman Family Library in Portland, most of those of exotic flowers.

orange cone
This photo of an orange traffic cone (in a parking lot) reveals spectral sensitivities of the camera… (June 30 3:53 p.m.)
Bench, low exposure. (June 30 4:30 p.m.)
Wall light, low exposure.  Fluorescent lighting has an effect on the camera… (June 30 4:33 p.m.)
From the entryway lobby—a glimpse of the modern decor, a green LED “EXIT” sign.  There are also lights that hang from the ceiling. (June 30 6:07 p.m.)

I got the urge to take some texture pictures around the building…

Gravel…? (June 30 4:30 p.m.)
Floor mat. (Click image to see the fibers.) (June 30 6:14 p.m.)
Stone walkway. (June 30 6:15 p.m.)
Rounded gravel. (June 30 6:16 p.m.)
Marble. (June 30 6:18 p.m.)


Well, here’s where I get off.  I mean, you don’t want to see sprinklers and smoke detectors, do you?

…Oh, what the heck…

Sprinkler. (June 30 4:33 p.m.)
Smoke detector, and motion sensor (for energy efficiency). (June 30 4:33 p.m.)

Good night! 🙂


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