It’s hard to believe that January is just about over. Seems it was only just the beginning of a new year and here we are getting ready for the start of a new month. I have begun putting together a print portfolio to show to gallery owners and that has used a bit of my free time. The weather hasn’t always been the best for the images I have visualized so I haven’t been out as much as I would like…and when I did get out things didn’t seem to go in my favor. But that’s nature…you take what is presented to you.
Thus today’s image. Saturday morning I headed up to my favorite sunrise spot in New Salem. The sky was looking promising but upon arrival, the clouds were all mushy and the sun was behind a hill covered with trees. Not what I had in mind. For plan B I hoped for some brilliant color to the north over Mount Monadnock which has been a subject of mine often. If subtlety is brilliant, then I got what I was looking for. 🙂The deciduous trees are barren of all leaves and the conifers are rather dull and dark. But I really like the quiet feel to this and the pleasing, inspiring soft color and light over Monadnock. I think this goes into the portfolio.