A Stand of Pines, Washington, CT


Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg

Friend and fellow photographer Steven Willard shared this spot where he had made one of my all time favorite images — “Stone Wall” — which he posted on his blog some time back. The day I made this photo of pine trees, he was standing only a few feet away and made a completely different image. You can find his latest rendition, called “Old and Young,” at http://stevenwillardimages.wordpress.com/blog-2/   Hat’s off, Steve.


About Susan Reinberg

My digital diaries and altered states photographs are my way of sharing my personal vision. These images reflect my daily life and surroundings. I would like to range farther in my photographic journeys. But in the meantime, as any photographer knows, the images are at my doorstep.
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3 Responses to A Stand of Pines, Washington, CT

  1. Marc Isolda says:

    Once again you have outdone yourself, an exquisite image to be sure!!!!!!!

  2. Reblogged this on stevenwillardimages and commented:
    Further evidence that no two of us sees the same. In all my photographs of this stand of pines I had studiously excluded the two barn red structures as distractions. Susan, on the other hand, has made wonderful use of them to lend scale and just the right touch of accent color. Bravo.

  3. This is exceptional! It has a claustrophobic look to it that is a bit ‘eerie’ but it is a fantastic image – one I keep coming back to!

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