Two by water

While out the other day I spent a little time on the shore of a beaver pond. It seems lately that there are more and more of them around, creating lakes and overflowing vernal pools. Sometimes they can be nuisances, but beavers evolved to be successful in their niche, and they are part of how... Continue Reading →

Daybreak

Here's some early shots from the last week or so.  I don't know w hat got into me. Adams pond and the whole world lit up pink the other day, it was so peaceful and fresh.  I could smell the apples from the orchard nearby, too. and less than an hour later it looked like... Continue Reading →

Just the Beginning

I'm not going to get all wordy with these posts.  I'm shooting like mad, but can't process efficiently because this old laptop of mine is just not enough for the new technology.  Luckily a new one should arrive today.  In the mean time, here's a couple more from recent outings -

Out of My Head

Just a quick post of some more unusual shots I've taken lately.  No, I haven't abandoned my hyper-literal, documentary style, but I had some fun and thought I'd share. It's sometimes VERY hard for me to see in abstract.  My brain's not wired that way, but I sometimes go out of my head.

The Great Marsh

My husband is a runner and goes to races in the area.  Sometimes I go with him if there's something interesting to photograph in the vicinity.  On New Year's Day he went to Salisbury Massachusetts and so I went to walk the Old Eastern Marsh Trail that runs about a mile and a quarter.  I... Continue Reading →

Lucky in Light

Outdoors photographers are at the mercy of the sun and clouds.  We can't make our own perfect light and so when it comes along we have to recognize it and get out there.  My favorite kind of light is hazy clouds with breaks of blue sky.  Not quite overcast, but not quite full sun either. ... Continue Reading →

Dam the Poor River

On the way home from an appointment I took a rather long detour which brought me by the Hopkinton-Everett Dam.  It was built in the early 60s as part of a flood control measure.  In 1938 there was a powerful hurricane that caused immense damage and destruction.  The Piscataquog, like other rivers, overflowed its banks... Continue Reading →

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