No doubt everyone is tired of all that color by now. So yesterday, a gray and lightly drizzled day, I went looking for monochrome water instead of all those tiresome leaves. But…it is still a favorite place-the Middle Branch of the Swift River in North Quabbin.
What really first attracted my attention-white water is really attractive but a fairly common subject-was the texture of the water streaming in from the right. But I also wanted to do something a little more abstract than just framing it.
I also did make an image from the left, looking upstream at this cascade, but that’s for another post.
And on another subject….I am always confused about using gray or grey. I finally searched to find out the difference. It seems the only difference between them is the audience. British English-Grey…American English-gray. Otherwise the only difference is if it is someone’s last name. 🙂