Tag Archives: winter
Just like a snowflake, not another exactly the same to be found.
Eliot Porter’s book, “Nature’s Chaos,” is a favorite influence along with “Intimate Landscapes”. There is a lot to be seen in water’s frozen element.
Winter’s winding down and spring is around the corner.
After yesterday’s pig of a post, here’s a bit of late winter color from Harvard Pond. It will be warm today as we approach the end of the season with mid 60’s today. Not much snow or ice left here.
I visited this spot on Sunday but got there too late and the sun was creating some washed out highlights. I went back yesterday and made a few images. There are Rosa multiflora brambles protruding into a wider view so … Continue reading
There were two icicles that i enjoyed finding at the top of the little waterfall I visited on Saturday. This one is a bit more complicated to compose and I went about it from two different angles. In both cases … Continue reading
The old man is having the last laugh this morning as the temperature is back down in the teens and we’ve a breeze to cool it off even more. 17° with a wind chill. But spring is around the corner … Continue reading