07.29.2019 Monadnock in the pink

I had hoped for a bright colorfully cloudy sky over Monadnock with a foggy valley below.  I hadn’t pictured it quite  this way but no complaints either.

The view is from behind the fire station in New Salem, MA.

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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13 Responses to 07.29.2019 Monadnock in the pink

  1. Ann Mackay says:

    Lovely! That would make a very calming image to have on a wall. 🙂

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  2. I have no complaints. Only compliments.

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  3. Todd Henson says:

    It’s always nice when even if the scene doesn’t play out as we’d hoped we still come away with something special. Beautiful photo, Steve.

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  4. You could not have planned for this color scheme, Steve. At times the unexpected exceeds anything we could have hoped for.

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  5. Good work: pretty in pink. My distant view of Mount Monadnock fell far short of yours.

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  6. shoreacres says:

    This is one of the best examples of sky-blue pink I’ve seen. There’s an interesting article about the possible source of the color’s name, its role in American and British culture, and even Uncle Wiggly stories here. I was introduced to it by an Anglophile some years ago; she was fussing about the absence of a sky-blue pink crayola in her box of colors. Even with the right crayon, I think it would be hard to perfect a sky-blue pink landscape as well as you did here.

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    • Nature provides. As ingenious as some of us may be, it’s difficult for us to complete with Nature in all its glory. Of course, a little credit is due the camera’s sensor which in the case of Canon’s 5D Mark II tens a bit towards the magenta. And then there’s the matter of the fog capturing and diffusing the light as the sun approached the horizon to the right. I never read any of the Uncle Wiggly stories. Many of the other standards escaped my reading as well.

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