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We had very little rain this past summer and many of the brooks here were actually rock landscapes. But last week we had a little bit and Murphy Falls had this trickle of a cascade flowing for a more intimate … Continue reading
While I do enjoy waterfalls, most of the water in motion subjects I shoot are the smaller features. Dean Brook is loaded with interesting cascades and I was drawn to the path of flow and combination of textures in this … Continue reading
I have made quite a number of photographs from various spots along Dean Brook in Shutesbury. One of them, as you may recall, is Murphy Falls. But there are many other cascades that interest me for their flow patterns and, … Continue reading
Although the cascading water is usually my primary subject I found these broken branches or stumps interesting, especially with the dangling icicles.
Hemlock and Black Birch seem very compatible in these woods near Dean Brook. I’ve seen them joined like this in other spots nearby. As more is learned about the ecology of forests and soil in general it is becoming more … Continue reading
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.
Rainy day here in Western Massachusetts. And I’m still in a Tryptophan stupor from yesterday’s gorge. Been napping with Bentley much of the day after our usual 2 a.m. nature call for the both of us. After our day of … Continue reading
After yesterday’s post from Dean Brook and reference to Murphy Falls, I thought I’d share this old image from 2015. Similar has appeared in portrait format back then but this is the first appearance in landscape. And of course countless … Continue reading