Tag Archives: winter
Interpretations welcomed. This reminded me of the intrusions one finds in rocks. 2019 was a very good year for ice abstracts.
Had I worn my boots I’d have been in the water and more straight on but when it came time to go in I got cold feet.
Open to interpretations….
I’ve shot Mount Norwottuck a gazillion times but this is from a new location. Yesterday’s shot was from Mount Pollux where most of my images of the mountain have been made. This is “down the road apiece” on a small … Continue reading
The leaf would appear to be the subject but the shape of the ice, part of Nature’s Chaos, was what attracted me. I made an image of just the edge but did not find it as satisfying as this composition.
Okay, a new FF. 🙂 As much as I like frost, the subdued yet interesting background, leaves and mud, I find most pleasing here. Also the resemblance to outer space. Although captured on a different day in 2012, this is … Continue reading
It’s a bit brighter full size. (There goes Wordless!)
At least when it was winter in Amherst. Back in December when we had a few days of relatively cold weather I drove by here, Puffer’s Pond in North Amherst, to see if anything resembling this scene was happening. Not … Continue reading