Tag Archives: Dean Brook
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
After spending some time enjoying the rising sun and foliage in North Quabbin, I drove through Shutesbury and down Sand Hill Road. Dean Brook runs alongside and, as you’ve seen before, over a little waterfall that I call Murphy Falls. … Continue reading
There were two icicles that i enjoyed finding at the top of the little waterfall I visited on Saturday. This one is a bit more complicated to compose and I went about it from two different angles. In both cases … Continue reading
The old man is having the last laugh this morning as the temperature is back down in the teens and we’ve a breeze to cool it off even more. 17° with a wind chill. But spring is around the corner … Continue reading