Category Archives: Digital Diaries
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg The thunderstorm passed then more rain but no relief. Then this amazing rainbow arcing across the sky at sunset. Strange days.
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg I have to admit I had never seen this before. While driving I was amazed to see this cloud on fire in the middle of a sunny summer day. The heat and moisture had apparently worked … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg These sunflowers bowing their heads over the snowy garden patch conveyed to me a sense of nature’s incongruities and mixed messages.
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg The light falling on this mop so clearly delineated a face that I had to retrieve my camera from the car to make this photograph. Whether the flowing coif was pure happenstance or deliberate humor … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg This early sign of spring caught my eye as I drove by this shop on Main Street in Watertown. It’s hard for me to resist, in this case especially, a beautiful mannequin in a store … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I have returned to altering the ordinary, again via the iPhone. I couldn’t resist the light streaming in. Here at this cozy cafe in Washington Depot, one can have great coffee and choose from a menu of nicely … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg More than two years ago I started photographing in waiting rooms and in every other ordinary place I could think of — using a color posterization effect built into my digital camera — just … Continue reading
Copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I found something delicate and quaint in the way the snow put white hats on this family of gravestones and made lacework of the branches in the old church cemetery. The pale light and monochrome subject matter … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I have been looking at the cast shadows of trees on the snow lately. My friend, who was driving, helped me get this image by pulling over on the curving country road. Thank you Marc.