Tag Archives: Sunderland

04.16.2019 Another Roaring Falls Cascade

There is more to Roaring Falls than a few cascades, but often I find that focusing on the details of the whole can be rewarding. I made a video with my phone of the whole spot I visited, I think … Continue reading

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04.14.2019 Roaring Falls Cascade

I shot a video with my phone thinking I could use a tutorial to edit it, but the tutorial and my version of Lightroom don’t match up, I guess, so that’s on the back burner. For now, here’s an intimate … Continue reading

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04.13.2019 Long Plain Brook Swamp

Another check for flowers went unfulfilled but I did get a chance to explore a swamp landscape that I have been driving past for years. It’s a difficult spot for compositions as the approach is Old Montague Road, I assume, … Continue reading

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04.09.2019 Falls a bit closer

Sorry for the previous post which I deleted.  I’ll repost that once I have uploaded and can better control the size. From Saturday’s visit to Sunderland. The are three levels to this falls.  Here is the upper section and right … Continue reading

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04.06.2019 Saturday morning in Sunderland

I looked hard but still no wildflowers.  I did see one or two indications of red columbine leaves, but nothing resembling a bud anywhere. I chose this location because I knew that if the flowers weren’t happening, and it is … Continue reading

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03.17.2019 Black and White Bloodroot

With Spring ephemeral season approaching, I’ve been reviewing my flora archives and thought this opening Bloodroot would convert well. Like most of us, I have just about had my fill of Winter. Although not my favorite season, it has afforded … Continue reading

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05.22.2015 Trout Lily Closeup

Here is a close look at an almost opened American Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum) from a few weeks back. Tonight starts 10 days off from work to photograph wildflowers and cascading water…I hope. Maybe a few other subjects as well.  … Continue reading

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05.14.2015 Thrilling Trout Lily Thursday

From Sunday, May 3rd.  I was visiting my former favorite waterfall…I have been instructed that it is now off limits due to the moronic behavior of others and I won’t go back unless I obtain permission from the owner.  It’s … Continue reading

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04.26.2015 And they’re off!

A lot of folks in the eastern part of the state have been seeing flowers already, but we are just now starting to make some progress into spring. I visited my usual early spot for wildflowers this morning and found … Continue reading

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04.19.2015 Sunderland Tobacco Barn Door

Something a little different for me.  This collapsing disintegrating door caught my eye as I drove through Sunderland this morning. I guess if I wanted to be cute, I could say that this door represents me as I age and … Continue reading

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