Tag Archives: foliage reflection
Another day, another overcast sky. Fortunately, in this location the hemlocks and pines are taller than the deciduous trees so I was able to crop the panorama and eliminate the white sky. Click through to see a much larger view. … Continue reading
The last several days have been mostly cloudy, especially in the morning when overcast has ruled the sky. But the color won’t last forever so I am making the best of it despite uninteresting skies and flat light. Owens Pond … Continue reading
Facebook reminded me of this image that I posted a while back on this date but I don’t think I shared it here. Even if I did and it seems like I would have, this is a re-edit starting from … Continue reading
As always, today brings anticipation of what’s to come…if our drought hasn’t ruined it.
A bit of the height of foliage season from a few weeks ago.
Every year I manage to find a nice reflection at Atkins Reservoir in North Amherst. We’ve not had a very rainy summer or early fall, so the reservoir is quite low, maybe the lowest I’ve seen it. You can see … Continue reading
For a while now, I’ve been making images of places I often pass by thinking they’d make a good photograph but hadn’t previously done so. Yesterday was another. This little pond, whose name if it has one I have yet … Continue reading
There are several small islands in Harvard Pond. You’ve seen them from time to time as I visit that location often, most recently this past June and this from 2014. All of those shots were from the west side and … Continue reading