Category Archives: Black and White
On Sunday we took a walk along one of the trails that leads to Jordan Pond. It wasn’t the best day for photography with intermittent rain and wind. Most of the shots I made that morning were of mushrooms, many … Continue reading
As frog season winds down fog season picks up…at least here on the blog. This past Sunday was thick and dark making for some nice moody shooting. I worked on this from three sides and liked this view the better. … Continue reading
Not all early mornings yield a colorful twilight. On this day the sky was mostly cloudy and although there was a hint of blue sky filtering through the clouds, much of the light was flat so monochrome seemed the way … Continue reading
Quabbin Shoreline Tree Grotesque I had a period when I enjoyed doing pen and ink drawings and that drew me to Aubrey Beardsley. He described himself and many of his artworks as grotesque but I always found them beautifully drawn. … Continue reading
Sensitive Fern-Onoclea sensibilis Also done on “Green Day” but tossed the color.
There wasn’t much evidence of fog during my ride to New Salem this morning. But the NOAA site said there would be some and, sure enough, they were right. Just in the valleys but that allowed for some nice landscape … Continue reading
I mentioned the other day when sharing the collapsed barn that I would go back, I hoped, to shoot it again with a moody cloudy sky. I was able to do that last Friday as we were having intermittent showers … Continue reading