Monthly Archives: December 2015
Which doesn’t leave much for New Year’s Eve fun. I’ll be in bed at my usual 8:30 time. 🙂 My best wishes to all who visit my blog. I appreciate the time you take to let me know what you … Continue reading
You won’t miss images of Monadnock until…. 🙂 It’s the mountain that just keeps giving and giving. This is a location that I’ve not shot from before as far as the mountain is concerned. It’s also a good sunrise spot … Continue reading
With apologies, sort of, to the Monty Python Troupe…. After photographing the moon, I set out for Hanks Meadow a little distance from the Lookout. The fog was increasing and there is another tree that I like as much as … Continue reading
Well, if truth-in-advertising applies then I have to disclose that this isn’t a cold moon. But that is what the December full moon is known as so who am I to change that. It was at least in the 40° … Continue reading
Quabbin Valley is divided into two sections by Prescott Peninsula. This is looking more westerly…Monday’s post was more northerly…and we are seeing Pelham, Shutesbury, New Salem and beyond. Differing from the extended light we had in yesterday’s Holyoke Range post, … Continue reading
I am always looking to add to the collection of images of these mountains. Of course, compared to some like the Rockies and Grand Tetons they may not be so grand, but for us here in southern New England they … Continue reading
Sorry for my absence. I took a blogging break for the past week, but not from photography. Yesterday morning was a beaut. Have a great week as we approach Christmas and its rare full moon.