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Fun on the forest floor.
After making the image of the Yellow Lady’s Slipper the other day, I found this nice pair of Pink Lady’s Slippers (Cypripdium acaule). They are more abundant here but also not as easily isolated. This pair made it a bit … Continue reading
Possibly my last Lady’s Slipper post for the season. Unless I find something special like this. Usually I find Lady’s Slippers early in the am before the sun has hit the sky which keeps the breezes under control and the … Continue reading
I found out this morning that there are consequences to footwear choice. OK, I knew that already and wear orthotics to correct a few things. But lately I have been wearing my Muck Boots similar to what some folks know … Continue reading
This time it’s a white Pink Lady’s Slipper. It is the same species but without the pink. I usually have to visit Northern Maine to find these, and when I do they are in profusion. But happening upon them locally … Continue reading
This morning was a fooler. I left the house around 5:30 which would have been late for sunrise, but we were fogged in so I felt no urgency. As I drove up the hill through Pelham towards Quabbin the fog … Continue reading
Here’s one from last May. I usually process my images fairly straight with just some contrast and sharpening. I went just whisker further with this. Sweet dreams, friends.