Tag Archives: Sky Photography
The sky was dramatic, but I needed a foreground. The grasses were nice of course, but the dandelions made it happen.
The sun dropped below the horizon and the jet trail grew golden, punctuating the deepening sky.
The temperature dropped below zero after the ice storm, and a morning braving the blistering cold the next day yielded some images that may have made it all worth it.
The sun was breaking through over the treeline, but I needed to wait for the clouds to move in a bit so I could shoot the curve of the hills and the dramatic sky with the sun just peaking through. Lake … Continue reading
Another moment by the lake, this time in infrared.
High sun and strong shadow, often a photographer’s downfall, are a perfect fit for this infrared landscape.
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg The pullover along Route 67 is a popular place to stop in all kinds of weather, and I always check the view when I drive by. This day it was raining and so I … 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
The so-called “spark plug” style lighthouse in the distance at the right horizon is characteristic of the type found marking the reefs and shoals at the entrance to the harbors of Long Island Sound.
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg