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Another that got overlooked. I only made this one exposure and at first glance I wasn’t impressed. But I decided to follow Michael Scandling‘s lead (if you aren’t following Mike’s posts you are missing some fine work, abstract and otherwise) … Continue reading
That’s what I see in these bubbles. But you might see something different and, if you do, feel free to express your vision. One specific thing came to mind, but I’ll see if anyone else has my warped imagination. 🙂
I’ve only been in to work on days when nobody else will be around. Labor distancing, I guess, for almost two weeks. It’s become so I am not sure of the day any more so have to look down in … Continue reading
Is this the last of this season’s ice images? It could be. Spring has arrived and, although we’ve had some notable nor’easters in April, this year seems headed for warmer weather ahead. So this may be the last as we … Continue reading
A little more frozen surface tension at Harvard Pond.
When the water level drops below the ice, icicles form under there also. I was able to get this shot from downstream looking up Atherton Brook in Quabbin.
I’ve read that a slow freeze allows for ice to have impurities filter out, sinking or evaporating at the surface creating clear ice. Our temperature on Sunday was just below 32°F so ice did form slowly and sadly, I thought … Continue reading
I guess there can be a few ways to interpret this, but it looks like a big sac’o’bubbles has burst letting them escape in my mind. Looking forward to reading what it appears to be for you. Another more personal … Continue reading
One more from the visit to Harvard Pond. Some days it’s like being in a candy store with all there is to see. Sunday was one of those and a lot of fun looking for compositions.