Monthly Archives: April 2015
Today is a two-fer. After shooting the waterfall at Dean Brook the other day, I turned around and saw this pile of rocks with a tree on top. I really like these stratified rocks when they are revealed and especially … Continue reading
I thought I had posted this more recently than my first post of five years ago. Steve S. asked to see a bladderwort (Urtricularia vulgaris) if I had an image and this is the only one…a shortcoming that will be … Continue reading
It’s just a small waterfall in height…maybe 4 or 5 feet, but the various rocky layers make for a complex collection of cascades with a rooster tail thrown in. Loud too.
Maybe that name sounds familiar? Since I repeatedly go to the same spots which offer so many different compositions for photography, I decided they need sequencing. This is a shot from Saturday at Buffam Falls in Pelham, MA. Just kidding … Continue reading
A lot of folks in the eastern part of the state have been seeing flowers already, but we are just now starting to make some progress into spring. I visited my usual early spot for wildflowers this morning and found … Continue reading
My first time out with the new Lee Filter system. I did OK, but there were a few glitches…no, I am not going to point them out. 🙂 I can say that I really like the setup much better … Continue reading