Tag Archives: Spring
On a windless day, a still reflection and a somber sky.
This happy mix of tulips and daffodils is transformed by the infrared-converted camera, and then of course, tweaked to emulate the infrared film I used to favor years ago. But why the need to “improve” on Mother Nature? In deference … Continue reading
The forecast was for thunder storms, and the forecast was correct. Moments after this image was made, the downpour began.
The plum trees are in blossom, but the flag is at half staff.
I am out walking in town most days now, and I always carry a camera to make a casual record. For a photographer, there is an advantage to being on foot. You are forced to take the time to look … Continue reading
Stragglers stand in the mowed cornfield amid the fresh green grasses of early May. The image reminds me of my photo of sunflowers in snow from several years ago. The seasons are sometimes reluctant to cede their place in the … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2019 by Susan Reinberg Lo and behold, the mannequin-adorned window has returned to this jewelry shop in Watertown. I have watched for many months on the off chance the shop would again bedazzle us with a sophisticated window … Continue reading
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
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 George, who owns the beautiful property called Hollister House and the lovingly cultivated English garden there, says daffodils signal the first joyful blooming of spring. He favors them, calling them “generous.” He is generous too, … Continue reading