Author Archives: Steve Gingold
I’ve been planting native wildflowers in our small wooded area in the backyard for a few years meeting with mixed results.The trilliums have done well but not so the lady’s slippers. A few weeks ago I purchased a Yellow Lady’s … Continue reading
The title might give the impression of a raw image followed by a processed one but in this case it is Sunday’s preceding and following compositions to my back and side. The setting Full Flower Moon just before sunrise. As … Continue reading
After walking a few trails at a favorite lady’s slipper location, and finding plenty budded up it was time to head home. As I drove past Atkins Reservoir I noticed this little island illuminated by the sun rising above the … Continue reading
Same location as my last post, but different day, different time, different direction. I was actually out to shoot the full moon and will post that at another time. Hazy sky both to the west and here in the east. … Continue reading
The Holyoke Mountain Range is a dominant feature here in the Happy Valley. And Mount Norwottuck stands out among all the other mountains and hills that make up the rare chain that aligns east-west. There are many locations to view … Continue reading
Most because it does turn to the east/right a bit at the far end. From this point all the trees appear compressed and the color more evident. Although I shared this image from 2015 in a comment to Steve yesterday, … Continue reading
It was pretty easy to get carried away with pond’s edge reflection shots. Spring has its own foliage appeal.