Category Archives: Litchfield County Byways
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg I was introduced to this spot by my fellow photographer Marc Isolda, who has photographed here in all types of weather. (For example, take a look at the image titled “No Flight Today” that he posted on his blog a while … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2015 by Susan Reinberg The cawing of crows added ominous import to the message posted on a nearby tree: No Trespassing. Despite the bitter cold, a dusting of snow made me pause outside the stone wall to photograph the crooked branches.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Photographing toward the afternoon sun can be problematic, but the dramatic clouds cooperated, and the silo standing in the newly mowed field, gave the focal point. A friend had been out several days earlier and had the … Continue reading
Photos copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg I toyed with the idea of titling this entry “Yellow” in reference to our friend Mr. Willard’s first place entry in the WAA members exhibit — which he called “Pink.” But then, only insiders would understand this homage. … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg The ladies on the porch are composed and proper in their summer dresses, even on this chilly day in March. They catch my eye as I drive by. But their thoughts are elsewhere.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg The replacement sign at Bantam Bakery is installed at the roadside, but the previous one remains propped against the building, here in a play of shadows. A sign of another time.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg The cow, Cheshire cat-like, is disappearing, leaving its spots to hover before fading entirely from view. The sign still marks the site of what was once a working dairy farm, where holsteins offered up … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Seasons pass, but some things remain. This sleeping lion in the antique shop window seems little affected by the cold. His stony consort also seems oblivious to the weather.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg This vintage Cessna at the small airfield in Roxbury likely saw its last flight long ago. On this gray morning with the snow gently falling, its strange face had a slightly startled look.