Tag Archives: tree silhouette
Our first day was very foggy. You’d expect that I’d be in Fog Heaven but strangely I did not go out at all until we decided to ride around in the afternoon. As an excuse it had rained off and … Continue reading
Around the corner from yesterday’s post. This tree has appeared here before. It will probably return again.
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
Snow smoke! Folks who live near large bodies of water will often see sea smoke which is more or less the same thing. Yesterday morning was pretty chilly. After a snowfall that lasted from Sunday evening until Tuesday morning with … Continue reading
but sometimes you do, kinda sorta. And in this case I can say I got what I needed…something a bit different than any image I’ve made before. As I was leaving the house to go to Wahconah Falls, there was … Continue reading
After shooting the panoramic shot posted on 7/16, I started looking for narrower views. It was a bit later so the light was stronger as the sun got closer to the horizon and I decided a silhouetted tree in front … Continue reading
Yep…I’m still here but not into blogging all that much for a while now. I enjoyed this morning’s experience and thought I would share it. Sometimes things happen that you aren’t expecting and this definitely fits that category. It was … Continue reading
Once again, here is an image from a repeat location. These trees really have lots of possibilities for compositions and, depending on the conditions, offer some fine images. I’ve shot the full moon through the trees and sunrise over them … Continue reading
With apologies, sort of, to the Monty Python Troupe…. After photographing the moon, I set out for Hanks Meadow a little distance from the Lookout. The fog was increasing and there is another tree that I like as much as … Continue reading
Here’s one more shot from another favorite place in town. It’s the same day as this one but with a greater emphasis as the tree and point and a little more subdued over all.