Tag Archives: Landscape Photography
A clearing sky, saturated color and a verdant hilltop called for a color photograph this time at the orchard in Bridgewater, where the previous black-and-white infrared photograph was made. Luckily, this idyllic spot was left unscathed by the destructive storm … Continue reading
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 Today’s rain and breaking sun offered dramatic skies and magical light. The white spire viewed from the hill in New Preston had caught my eye before, but this time the bare branches and heavy … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg The undulating hills viewed from this spot overlooking the Ashokan Reservoir calls me to the water’s edge once again. Photographing toward the light with the sun just out of the camera frame washes the … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg The billowing clouds on this first day of July warranted a trip to rephotograph the red barn that I depicted on New Year’s Day. Though the light was high overhead this time, the summer … Continue reading
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
Just when you thought you were safe. March arrives with a roar. (Hope you didn’t pack away those winter pajamas.)
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 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?