Tag Archives: reflections
In addition to our forthcoming trip to Acadia, I am quite eager for the return of autumn and all the colors we are presented with by the foliage change. It’s always highly anticipated but especially this year after not being … Continue reading
I’ve often admired our woodlands filled with spring white provided by the mountain laurels. Some years are more prolific than others and this has been one of those years. Their bloom is winding down, but for a couple of weeks … Continue reading
It was pretty easy to get carried away with pond’s edge reflection shots. Spring has its own foliage appeal.
Atkins Reservoir, North Amherst, MA. 04/23/2017Reflections and shapes and golden hour’s warm low-angled light.
Thank you everyone for the nice comments regarding Bentley. We are liking him a lot, but the house training issue is troubling. It’s only two days so far so too early to really judge him on that but worrisome. Last … Continue reading
Here are two roadside landscapes from yesterday morning. The sky was still filled with nice clouds. Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) along the road in New Salem. Jennison Road in Wendell.
Just a little scenery that caught my eye as I was driving through New Salem before sunrise yesterday. The light reflecting from the bright overhead sky gave the water a silvery blue feel that I thought set off the autumn … Continue reading
Another from the vault…
The first thing I would like to do here is thank Gail Platz and the membership of the Quabbin Photo Group for inviting me to give a presentation of my images this past Monday, April 22nd. The group were great … Continue reading
It had been my intention to post a few more Autumn shots, but I thought this one from this morning would work and the Autumn shots will follow. I started the morning before dawn with the hopes of photographing the … Continue reading