Author Archives: Susan Reinberg
Morning mist painted a veil over the landscape.
In those minutes after the sun goes down, clouds sail across the sky like creatures, in free fall or glorious procession, before the darkness closes in and the colors fade.
Stragglers stand in the mowed cornfield amid the fresh green grasses of early May. The image reminds me of my photo of sunflowers in snow from several years ago. The seasons are sometimes reluctant to cede their place in the … Continue reading
A quiet scene on the hilltop recalls the sounds of horses’ hooves and the riders’ voices as they make the jump and gallop on.
The sun dropped below the horizon and the jet trail grew golden, punctuating the deepening sky.
Photo copyright 2019 by Susan Reinberg Lo and behold, the mannequin-adorned window has returned to this jewelry shop in Watertown. I have watched for many months on the off chance the shop would again bedazzle us with a sophisticated window … Continue reading
The hounds of spring are sure to follow.
The mist clung to the hills in the morning rain. The rolling yellow of the barren field gave just enough color. That same morning Marc Isolda was out before me to capture his own perspective. Take a look. I am … Continue reading
After the ice storm again. A close-up view of Nature’s delicate design … and a hilltop orchard gilded with ice.