Tag Archives: Black and White photography
What do you do when waiting for the sun to rise above the tree line to illuminate the foliage?
Although Mount Pollux itself wasn’t very foggy, there was some in the lower valley field as you can see, the Holyoke Mountain Range was enveloped. I made several exposures of some trees and the fogged in range but then wandered … Continue reading
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
The day started rather dismal and I had errands to run. While driving to one I noticed Norwottuck draped in a foggy tutu and went to Pollux after I was done with the stops. Of course things were not what … Continue reading
Decided to stay home and work on more old files. These red trilliums should be coming out now, this was on March 31, 2012. I decided that the bud really needed to be the star but like the leaf texture … Continue reading
This was actually what I first encountered when I arrived at Amethyst Brook. I hadn’t noticed the way the water moved around the large rock previously. Maybe it wasn’t quite as noticeable until the water was so voluminous. Rocks do … Continue reading