Tag Archives: colorful sky
I was headed to North Quabbin yesterday for the sunrise that I posted earlier this morning. But this was why I got there after it had crested the distant hills. I have shot this location before. The silos belong to … Continue reading
In the past I’ve ham-handed my attempts at flare removal. Some have turned out reasonably okay and others not so much. I recently learned a method involving an inverted curves adjustment that does a nice job. Of course, this image … Continue reading
It’s cold here. 11°F this morning. But…today will be the start of a warmup and winter seems on the wane. In anticipation, here’s a nice warm shot from a Spring archive find.
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
Just before the sun crested the eastern horizon, you can see just a hint of it at the top of Norwottuck, I liked the soft inviting light cast down from above. It was chilly as I mentioned yesterday but with … Continue reading
At one time there were two sugar maples atop Mount Pollux that had achieved local iconic status. But sitting on top of any elevation can be hazardous to your health during stormy weather and both had their bouts with lightning. … Continue reading
If only I could sing it like Barbra. Waiting for the sun to rise over a bank of clouds to the right, I liked the topmost cloud and the fog below.