Keeping with the two looks at one subject theme, here is a water feature that I am calling Owl Rock Cascade as it reminds me of a Barn Owl. I hope Andrew can see it this time. 🙂
When in college at UMass, my friends and I would go to this spot we called the cascades for a swim in the pool at the base of the brook that had cut through the solid rock over the years. Swimming is now, and probably was then too, frowned upon as it is part of our town’s drinking water supply. There is an old chimney standing at the upper part that must have been part of a mill years ago. In May it is also my favorite place to photograph Painted Trillium and Pink Lady’s Slippers. A good place for mushrooms too it is.
As always, please click for a larger view.
After the pool, there is the rock and cascade.Again, this is a nice scene on its own, but I really like the rock so I have composed a more intimate view which, I hope, suggests to you a Barn Owl. 🙂My friend and local photographer, Keith Carver….bird photographer extraordinaire…sees a Barn Owl also. Click on his name and get lost in his bird images. 🙂