10.20.16 Like a broken record (if you remember records)

The broken part being my love of and repeated sharing of images from the same location.  That is the case with this view having been shot by me annually for at least 10 years.  There is always something different…color brilliance, foggy or clear skies, my arrival ahead of the sun’s rise over the hills to the east, water level (lower this year than in many previous).

Please click twice for the largest view….morton-pond-area-foliage-quabbin-park-101216-800

Upon my arrival, there wasn’t much to see.  But I have learned to be patient and the sun slowly rose, burned through the fog and produced a brilliant scene.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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17 Responses to 10.20.16 Like a broken record (if you remember records)

  1. Very nice indeed. Your patience surely paid off. [FYI, couldn’t click for that larger rendition.]

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  2. Todd Henson says:

    I can see why you keep going back. Nice soft feel to it as we watch and wait as the fog clears and the sun rises.

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    • I have several spots like this that keep calling me back, Todd. Once I find a spot I like I feel the need to continue capturing it until I have exhausted the possibilities which may not be possible. When the fog cleared and the sun broke the horizon things did get a little intense.


  3. Jim Ruebush says:

    I offer you a public service announcement about phonograph records.

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  4. shoreacres says:

    It is beautiful. I like the way you’ve framed it, too. It complements the image nicely.

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  5. A very well balanced scene. Love those orange trees pitted against the dull shrouded mountain.

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