Author Archives: Steve Gingold
Eliot Porter’s book, “Nature’s Chaos,” is a favorite influence along with “Intimate Landscapes”. There is a lot to be seen in water’s frozen element.
From December’s last day of 2021, the one decent morning for photography during the entire week. I liked they way they were both leaning. We had a bit of snow today, about 3″ and wind moves in tonight so likely … Continue reading
Sometimes being late is an advantage. I got halfway to work and realized that I had left my keys at home so turned around and went back for them. That made the timing just right for my first shot with … Continue reading
Spalting occurs when wood rot fungus attacks a tree or, in this case, fallen branch. I posted some from this shoot a few years back, here and here, but hadn’t worked on this composition until now. It’s a prized bit … Continue reading
I imagine most of us were very happy to welcome 2021 after a dismal 2020. I bet now most of us are equally or more pleased to see 2021 in our tailights. It has ended on some bad notes. Of … Continue reading
Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, peace and joy to all whether celebrating a holiday or not.
Hope the holidays are happy ones for you all. From an old Big on Beagles Facebook post.
The solstice has arrived and with it temperatures cold enough to offer ice imaging. Although we started the day in the mid-teens not a lot had formed at the waterfall I visited or in some of the standing water. But … Continue reading