Tag Archives: South Maple Street
The goal this morning was to shoot some icicles but I am easily distracted by bright lights. The forecast called for overcast and for the most part that was the case. But there was a little gap that allowed some … Continue reading
Another case of a cloudy sky being lit by a gap on the horizon. The intensity built by the minute.
I wasn’t sure what to expect yesterday morning but there was a lot of dense fog in the early hours and I hoped for something more subtle than most of the sunrises I photograph at the South Maple Street location. … Continue reading
More South Maple Street goodness yesterday morning. For a change I arrived on time with enough extra to hobble out to the middle of the newly mown hay field and get this mound of Rosa multiflora as a foreground. In … Continue reading
If the sunrise has anything in the way of color, I can usually count on the view around the corner from me to be a good spot to watch and photograph. That was the case yesterday morning before I visited … Continue reading
I couldn’t see the moon when leaving the house this morning so wasn’t planning to have it in a landscape. I was heading to the location often visited nearby and turning the corner I saw the crescent hanging at a … Continue reading
Here’s one more in the never ending series of sunrise shots from this location in Hadley, MA. The clouds went through a few morphs of color and I settled on this composition as the light was about as strong as … Continue reading
And I have the day off.