Monthly Archives: November 2013
Before getting to our regularly scheduled post, what the heck is with pool cleaning? I don’t own a pool but my spam trap is filled daily with stuff from pool cleaners. So my friend Anita and I were driving down … Continue reading
Well, I am sort of embarrassed to be giving such a romantic title to this image. But it seems appropriate so I’ll stick with it…unless someone comes up with a better one. I am open always to suggestions. Maybe “The … Continue reading
Back in October I was wandering around in New Salem literally and figuratively in a fog. We were not having a particularly typical autumn with wild color abounding everywhere. Most of my favorite places were fairly dull with spotty color. … Continue reading
Beth Walsh recently posted a nice shot of a turtle with its feet outstretched which reminded me of these images so I thought I would share them-from Poor Farm Swamp.This Eastern Painted Turtle was just chillin’ with its damsel pal … Continue reading
I love Painted Trilliums. Common knowledge for many of you who have known me for a little while and even shared, I believe, by our Hong Kong correspondent. But as gorgeous is their coloring, the deep magenta contrasting with the … Continue reading
Here’s one from last May. I usually process my images fairly straight with just some contrast and sharpening. I went just whisker further with this. Sweet dreams, friends.
I visited one of my regular haunts again yesterday-the old Orange-Millington Road also known as Gate 30 in New Salem. An iconic old stone keystone bridge crosses the Middle Branch of the Swift River just a short walk in from … Continue reading