F 5.6 | 1/400 | ISO 100
High as a Kite
This is another one of my attempts at a minimal photograph. I was out with Margrét enjoying the rare blue skies and flying our kite. Inspired by the fact that there wasn't a cloud in the sky and how the string was waning as it rose up to hold the kite on earth, I held the string to the lens so that it would lead directly from the edge of the photograph up to the kite. The way it sags was just a lucky factor in how the kite was flying above. I am a big fan of the way the blue is darker in the top right corner than it is in the bottom left corner, creating a cobalt gradient.