Tag Archives: New England
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.
From December’s last day of 2021, the one decent morning for photography during the entire week. I liked they way they were both leaning. We had a bit of snow today, about 3″ and wind moves in tonight so likely … Continue reading
Spalting occurs when wood rot fungus attacks a tree or, in this case, fallen branch. I posted some from this shoot a few years back, here and here, but hadn’t worked on this composition until now. It’s a prized bit … Continue reading
I imagine most of us were very happy to welcome 2021 after a dismal 2020. I bet now most of us are equally or more pleased to see 2021 in our tailights. It has ended on some bad notes. Of … Continue reading
The solstice has arrived and with it temperatures cold enough to offer ice imaging. Although we started the day in the mid-teens not a lot had formed at the waterfall I visited or in some of the standing water. But … Continue reading
I don’t think apologies will be necessary with the iPhone images this time. More sunrise shots but the phone captured sharp images and they transferred to the computer in good shape. When I left the house to go to work … Continue reading