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“I can’t light, no more of your darkness.

All my pictures, seem to fade to black and white.”

From Elton John’s Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me

In the photo above, although the sun is behind the trees, it appears to be in front of the trees.  However, in the photo below, again, the sun is behind the trees, but you can see the trees in front of the sun.  Why?  What causes this phenomenon?  Time of day?  Distance between the trees and the camera?  Background being dark in the first photo and lighter in the second?  Any thoughts?

And because Sir Elton John said, “All my pictures, seem to fade to black and white”…so did mine fade…to sepia.

“‘Cause losing everything, is like the sun going down on me.”

Would love to hear any comments that you have about the phenomenon of the sun and the trees in the photos.  Or about the color vs. sepia pictures.  Or about a new recipe that you tried.  Or a new outfit.  Or Elton John.  Or anything you want to comment about.

Have a bright, sunshiny day!

Bebe

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