Category Archives: Patterns in Nature
I have never heard a specific name for this part of the Acadia shoreline. Thunder Hole is to the left and Otter Cliffs to the right with a few other named points of interest within those boundaries. I call this … Continue reading
After two shots of froggie yesterday, he hopped under a log. When I hopped over the log to see if I could see him I saw this instead. Phlebia incarnata. There were several groups of these along the log but … Continue reading
Maybe I am overstating this a bit, but the two images definitely fit each description…at least in my opinion. When I was at Buffam Brook the other day, my last shot provided a surprise. Now I did have to set … Continue reading
Atkins Reservoir, North Amherst, MA. 04/23/2017Reflections and shapes and golden hour’s warm low-angled light.
Dunlop Brook runs through Romer Woods, a 141 acre parcel that was recently protected for Amherst’s water supply. Robert Romer sold it to the town for a nice reduced price to maintain the water quality and see it protected into … Continue reading
Not much to add to yesterdays commentary. I hope you enjoy this additional image from this past weekend. Happy Friday.