Tag Archives: trees in fog
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
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
Same day (yesterday), nearby location. You’ve seen the distant two trees before in an earlier post. Ordinarily, this angle wouldn’t work as there is a line of trees beyond the fog, but said fog makes it possible to hide them. … Continue reading
Another tree (gray birch-Betula populifolia ) I’ve meant to shoot for a while and the ride through Quabbin Park on 8/24 seemed the right day.
While driving to Shutesbury for my previous shots, I noticed this foggy bottomland in Amherst. The Norwottuck Railtrail runs down there surrounded by ponds and often generating ground fogs. I noticed the tree in the gap and lined it up … Continue reading