Tag Archives: Bear’s Den
the relationship that I have with winter. I’ve never been a fan of cold weather. Don’t like snow removal. Don’t like having to bundle up in bulky clothing. Don’t like my moustache coated with frozen nose drippings. Don’t like the … Continue reading
Bear’s Den has a very nice waterfall but, as with many brooks and rivers, the cascades up and downstream are attractive and offer some interest as well. A nice fall with a splash caught my eye here.
Something to share from the archives while I sort through what I will save when transferring to the new desktop. I’ve moved most of the stuff I want to keep to an external drive and, of course, all my image … Continue reading
I am as happy as anybody to greet the new year although I hold no grudges against 2018. Mosquitoes, yes, the year, no. But it’s always nice to look at things afresh and look at oneself for ways to be … Continue reading
Although Bear’s Den is best known for it’s waterfall, and I did make a few images but have done so before, I enjoyed this tannin-colored cascade and spent a fair amount of time working it. Every brook and river is … Continue reading
We went to a bon voyage party last night for some friends who are going on a 6 week walking pilgrimage in Spain next week. It was planned for their backyard and, sure enough, it poured. But when I woke … Continue reading