Tag Archives: Landscape Photography
On a windless day, a still reflection and a somber sky.
The sky was dramatic, but I needed a foreground. The grasses were nice of course, but the dandelions made it happen.
The plum trees are in blossom, but the flag is at half staff.
The clumps of snow captured by the pines mimicked delicate blossoms, and prompted me to stop on this early spring morning. I knew the snow would soon melt, as spring snow will so often do.
There was no snow on the ground on this sunny day in February. Instead, the warm tones of the grasses against the blue sky offered a classic color study. But it was the crazy rhythm of the receding fence line … Continue reading
A heavy overcast dominated the landscape, and a mist veiled the distant hills. Still the hay bales and fence offered some visual interest on this moody day.
Morning snow on the apple orchard. On this windless day, a lacy landscape surrounds us.
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 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.