Tag Archives: Black and White photography
I mentioned yesterday in response to Andrew that I should do a black and white of the white trillium. I went back out in our little woods last evening and made another image after sunset, with the added benefit that … Continue reading
With Spring ephemeral season approaching, I’ve been reviewing my flora archives and thought this opening Bloodroot would convert well. Like most of us, I have just about had my fill of Winter. Although not my favorite season, it has afforded … Continue reading
Yet more Dean Brook icy goodness. There are so many interesting cascades along this brook. Depending on when you visit, it changes its appearance almost on a daily basis. The more one visits a spot like this, the number of … Continue reading
Some extra texture
Owens Pond is a favorite spot for a couple of reasons, foggy tree reflections being the main attraction. Early Sunday morning, August 5th, I had it all to myself. Peace, quiet, tranquility.
When the Goodnough Dike was put in place, the waters of the three branches of the Swift River became not so swift as, along with the Windsor Dam, it blocked the flow and created the Quabbin Reservoir. Much was swallowed … Continue reading