Tag Archives: Mount Pollux
While waiting for sunrise on Mount Pollux this past Saturday I looked northward into the fog and made this image of South Church. There’s a nice community hidden among all the trees but the bell tower is all one can … Continue reading
When I left the house the clouds looked just right to be illuminated from below across the sky. There was a nice gap at the horizon with several layers of clouds hovering overhead. I thought the view from Mount Pollux … Continue reading
Before the frosty heron incident, there was this setting full moon, the second of the month so “Blue”. I wanted to catch it low when it would be reflecting the warmth of the rising sun but only had a few … Continue reading
Just a few favorites from last year… I have never done an annual retrospective but am starting to think about it.
While on Mount Pollux I had fun running around to all the milkweed seed displays. This was my favorite.
Although Mount Pollux itself wasn’t very foggy, there was some in the lower valley field as you can see, the Holyoke Mountain Range was enveloped. I made several exposures of some trees and the fogged in range but then wandered … Continue reading
Let me start by saying that I finally was able to use the Classic Editor. Now I just hope it is always available. I went to Mount Pollux this morning to photograph the Holyoke Range in fog. But I also … Continue reading
After leaving all the nice fog in New Salem yesterday morning, I drove through a clearing landscape but some was still lingering in Amherst. So up to Mount Pollux I did go.