Category Archives: Black and White
I’ve been driving by a little temporary pond along Route 122 for years, always looking to see if there is a composition lurking there somewhere. I’ve never quite been happy with my efforts in winter, spring, or summer, and autumn … Continue reading
While photographing autumn ivy yesterday, I was attracted by some of the functional parts of the electrical substation that is next to the building. I don’t do much architectural shooting although whether this is architectural or not could be debated, … Continue reading
Positive Negative Just some iPhone fun processed in Photoshop. The first is as was intended when shot. The second was when I applied a little Gradient Map to the black and white before reversing it. I liked the effect so … Continue reading
What do you do when waiting for the sun to rise above the tree line to illuminate the foliage?
Not quite accurate. I’ve photographed this oak several times over the years in Quabbin Park. It spreads so wonderfully. Sadly, for a reason unknown to me, the Authority have cut the wider branches removing a lot of the appealing character. … Continue reading
Shortly after Sunday’s sunrise to the north image, I spun the camera to the east. The sky was interesting but the fog was more so and I zoomed the 100-400 in to capture the effect of the illumination. Had the … Continue reading
Common Puffballs aka Gem-Studded Puffballs aka Warted Puffballs aka Wolf Farts aka Devil’s Snuff-box-Lycoperdon perlatum. I went to the pond I visit for sundews yesterday but the buds are still closed tight. There is another flower there I want to … Continue reading