Friday, September 13, 2013

Interior Light

Nova Scotia; Interiors; Door
Study Door ©David Sorcher 2013

I have always been drawn to interior light. Not the artificial type, but rather natural light both direct and indirect as it passes through panes of glass and is redirected about a room bouncing off reflective surfaces. 
The house on Indian Path has always been a wonderful canvas for such light. 

Nova Scotia; Interiors
©David Sorcher 2013

I love the selectivity of this kind of light and how it plays with the shadows. Simple objects become somehow more important in this glow.

Nova Scotia; Interiors; Basil
Fresh Basil ©David Sorcher 2013

Nova Scotia; Interiors; Blueberries
Breakfast Berries ©David Sorcher 2013

Backlighting reveals the leaf structure of fresh basil and provides a twisting dance of light through glass cups of blueberries waiting to find their way to the breakfast table. 

Nova Scotia; Interiors; Stove, Cast Iron; Fan
Stove Fan ©David Sorcher 2013

With just a hint of color visible in this field of black cast iron i decided to convert this one fully to B&W. This is how the morning light, just after sunrise, breaks across my in-law's living room. 
Of course, the more i look at this light inside the house the more it pushes me to the door to get outside into the day. :-)

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