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One more in the continuing study of Owens Pond tree reflections. Not as gloomy today, at least so far, although I missed the peak of the eclipse. But witnessing a partial was worth the early rise. Now, do I get … Continue reading
Once again I visited another favorite location on Saturday after visiting Quabbin Park. I’m a regular at a lot of places. Owens Pond is just a few miles from the house here in town and I’ve posted quite a few … Continue reading
The last several days have been mostly cloudy, especially in the morning when overcast has ruled the sky. But the color won’t last forever so I am making the best of it despite uninteresting skies and flat light. Owens Pond … Continue reading
Those who know me have heard of my admiration for Eliot Porter‘s photography and especially his Nature’s Chaos collection. When I saw this sagging tree and its reflection I thought of how chaotic the scene was and wondered if it … Continue reading
After shooting the geese the other day, which needed haste before they flew, I worked on this composition which was why I stopped at the pond in the first place. These trees have attracted me a few times but Monday … Continue reading
Don’t get too close or it might bite. Happy Halloween Pareidolia, folks.