Author Archives: Susan Reinberg
This combination restaurant and antiques gallery harkens back to those times when going out to lunch meant putting on a hat, gloves and pearls and going downtown to meet your friends. I wonder who they were talking about today.
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg The ivy-covered red barn and the remnants of the fallen down silo in the grass have often prompted me to photograph at this spot, but I was never quite happy with the results. Today … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg George, who owns the beautiful property called Hollister House and the lovingly cultivated English garden there, says daffodils signal the first joyful blooming of spring. He favors them, calling them “generous.” He is generous too, … Continue reading
Just when you thought you were safe. March arrives with a roar. (Hope you didn’t pack away those winter pajamas.)
This Dodge two-and-a-half ton, retired U.S. army truck has seen better times. As bullet-shattered windows can testify, its glory days are over.
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg The rain persisted all day, and after getting soaked and wind blown on my journeys in search of a successful photograph, I managed to finally make this image on the way home out of the car window. … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg Marc Isolda aced me out with his vertical version of the stairway shadow (see the photo on his blog titled “There’s Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set“), but he insisted that my version was worth … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg Maybe I will keep a New Year’s resolution or two. This one: Take more photos in the late afternoon light. How else could a red barn be so red?
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg
The so-called “spark plug” style lighthouse in the distance at the right horizon is characteristic of the type found marking the reefs and shoals at the entrance to the harbors of Long Island Sound.