Tag Archives: frozen waterfall
Monochrome is not always black and white. In this case it’s tannin and white…and natural. Well, I was wrong. I went to Harvard Pond yesterday figuring the subzero cold had created some nice ice patterns for abstracts which had lasted … Continue reading
Following up on yesterday’s Ice Cube image from a period when I wasn’t posting much, or at all, for a few months. On this day in 2018 it was cold. Below 0° cold which is what it takes to get … Continue reading
More textural contrast. At first it didn’t feel very cold. The thermometer said 8° but there was no breeze and it actually felt comfortable…for a while. Eventually fingers became numb, boots said “we’re leaking” and my pant legs wicked water … Continue reading
Another cold day yesterday, but it provided just what I hoped to see. For the last little while, most of the cascades and waterfalls have been frozen over which has its own appeal, but some moving water, as in the … Continue reading
A collection of a few views.
I never really left, but I have been printing and matting images for my upcoming exhibit at the Amherst Town Hall. Here is a link to the Facebook page, which I believe anyone can view whether a member or not. … Continue reading
We’ve had several “warm” days lately and I was concerned that the ice would either have melted away or become less than interesting at this spot. Fortunately the Shutesbury woods are a little colder than Amherst and much ice remained … Continue reading