Category Archives: Amherst
Owens Pond is a favorite spot for a couple of reasons, foggy tree reflections being the main attraction. Early Sunday morning, August 5th, I had it all to myself. Peace, quiet, tranquility. Advertisements
After a storm, quite often the departing clouds light up at sunrise.
I don’t know whether frogs and toads can shape a smile or not, but they always look rather irritated. I had to guide this little American Toad out of Bentley’s circle of influence. I don’t think he would have tried … Continue reading
I haven’t been out much lately as we enter our annual “stick” season of bare trees and grey skies. Those conditions do lend themselves to less spacious landscapes and other more intimate subjects and a woodland waterfall certainly fits and … Continue reading
Apparently I like the sun in the upper right. 🙂 July 3, 2017 Brickyard, Amherst, MA September 10, 2017 North Quabbin from New SalemIn fairness to myself, I do place the sun, or other subjects, elsewhere in my compositions. But … Continue reading
Shortly after the July 3rd Brickyard foggy sunrise previously posted, I went looking for some Canada Lilies. I didn’t find any there but came across a foggy scene with a tree filtering the sunlight creating a bit of a starburst…actually … Continue reading