Category Archives: Western Massachusetts
Eliot Porter’s book, “Nature’s Chaos,” is a favorite influence along with “Intimate Landscapes”. There is a lot to be seen in water’s frozen element.
From December’s last day of 2021, the one decent morning for photography during the entire week. I liked they way they were both leaning. We had a bit of snow today, about 3″ and wind moves in tonight so likely … Continue reading
I imagine most of us were very happy to welcome 2021 after a dismal 2020. I bet now most of us are equally or more pleased to see 2021 in our tailights. It has ended on some bad notes. Of … Continue reading
The solstice has arrived and with it temperatures cold enough to offer ice imaging. Although we started the day in the mid-teens not a lot had formed at the waterfall I visited or in some of the standing water. But … Continue reading
I don’t think apologies will be necessary with the iPhone images this time. More sunrise shots but the phone captured sharp images and they transferred to the computer in good shape. When I left the house to go to work … Continue reading
For anyone who saw this morning’s post, I have no explanation for what happened. The image looked okay on my phone but somehow looked just awful once uploaded to the internet, both here and on Facebook. Anyway, for those of … Continue reading
I shot this on November 28 and wasn’t quite sure whether it worked or not. So it sat. I’ve read that many photographers often don’t even look at their files for a while, letting some time go by so it … Continue reading