Tag Archives: twilight
Not all early mornings yield a colorful twilight. On this day the sky was mostly cloudy and although there was a hint of blue sky filtering through the clouds, much of the light was flat so monochrome seemed the way … Continue reading
Around the corner from yesterday’s post. This tree has appeared here before. It will probably return again.
Harris Hill in a bit of a fog as seen from the New Salem Lookout at dawn.
It is a challenge this year to be thankful for much. Those of us with our health and fortunate enough to live in communities that take the virus seriously can be happy for the responsibility our neighbors are showing so … Continue reading
The Holyoke Mountain Range seen from the Honeypot by the Connecticut River in Hadley, MA. at morning twilight.
Sunrises two days in a row, that is. I barely got to New Salem in time this morning to catch some nice light and color. All the way up Route 202 I could catch glimpses of this developing and chastised … 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