Maple Trees in Fog, Woodbury, CT


Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg

The weather is crossing over now to spring rain and the fields of snow are melting. But for the time being, the sap is running and the temperature at night drops below freezing. The white buckets on the maple trees caught my eye in the fog as they faded in the distance, so well matched to this March landscape.


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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4 Responses to Maple Trees in Fog, Woodbury, CT

  1. Oh I remember these – I was born in Canada and have lived in the UK for 50 years. I remember visiting the maple syrup trees with my mother as a young boy – and putting the sweet syrup on snow and eating it. Thanks for the memory 🙂

  2. Marc Isolda says:

    Wow, I love this shot, this is definitely top drawer!!!!!!Can’t wait to see you try and beat this one!!!

  3. joshi daniel says:

    absolutely gorgeous 🙂

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