Tag Archives: Black-and-white photography
Morning mist painted a veil over the landscape.
A quiet scene on the hilltop recalls the sounds of horses’ hooves and the riders’ voices as they make the jump and gallop on.
A sudden gust of snow and a brief glow of light on the horizon caused me to stop. So changeable is the weather and the light in this New England state, we could stay in one spot forever and never … Continue reading
The next time I drive by this field, the grass will be cut in the first haying. The texture of the grasses and the action in the sky are part of this photograph’s “moment.” Nothing will be the same again.
High sun and strong shadow, often a photographer’s downfall, are a perfect fit for this infrared landscape.
Luckily the trees were blossoming at the same time the sunlight and sky cooperated for this landscape yesterday. Today the rain is back. Not exactly ideal for forays in infrared.
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg Wild and delicate Queen Anne’s Lace abounds along the roadside here in summer. And though a stunning vista beckoned me on a hilltop, my takeaway image for the day was this tree in a … 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 2016 by Susan Reinberg