Tag Archives: Shelburne
The distance to Mount Monadnock in NH appears a little more realistic from this spot in Shelburne, MA. A horse is a horse of course, of course. The mountain is the one to the left. I believe in the center … Continue reading
I mentioned to Ann Mackay the other day that we have two very colorful wild and native lilies locally. The Canada Lily, featured in that post, and the Wood Lily-Lilium philadelphicum featured today. This is a shot from 2009 that … Continue reading
Sunrise at 5:15, 40 minute ride. Out of the house at 4:15, up at 3:15. Good thing I can count on Bentley to get me up early. 🙂 Before the hike looking for lady’s slippers at High Ledges yesterday, I stopped … Continue reading
From May 24th, here is one with a bit more foreground. The emphasis is still the sun rising over Monadnock, but I wanted a bit more foreground with the apple tree evident.
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
Why do I get up so early every day? Well, the main reason is that Murphy expects his breakfast at 4, but I have always been an early riser since I had a paper route when I was young beyond … Continue reading
This is a similar but different image from that which I posted back in October. Again, sorting through files I decided to give this a go as it includes the sun which I had avoided in the previous composition seen … Continue reading
In sorting through the files for archiving, I came across one more from the nice sunrise morning at The Patten in Shelburne, MA. on October 13th.
I mentioned yesterday that I had a spot in mind for sunrise near High Ledges. This is the spot. I was there in time, but I am not happy with the images. For the most part, the sun looks awful. … Continue reading