Icicles in the Flume gorge. Shot with the OM 65-200mm @f8 and my tripod almost buried in snow. Included in top 12 because it's arresting and weird and slightly menacing. And that I had to work to create it both in the field and in post processing. Also I was with two of my favorite photographer buddies and we had a great time together as usual.
comes order. Hellcat Dunes trail at the Parker River National Wildlife refuge.
Morning light on a detail of Senter falls.
Speed of Life
visited Tucker falls today with my mom. Found a slightly new composition...it's the logs that really make it work.
fringed polygala - one of my favorite wildflowers, they seem to be engaged in a game of Blind Man's Buff. Found in the Musquash, where else?
Raindrops on an ostrich fern on a foggy day.
The foot of Black Point. On the shores of Mono Lake lie the many remnants of volcanoes - Black Point is one and we climbed it one morning, scaring jack rabbits (although I think it scared me more) along the way.
Another b&w conversion that emphasizes the shapes, textures and depth of the flower clusters.
That's a big step for a newt.
Found more indian pipes and noticed this one with a missing petal which is perfect since it shows off the inner structure so well. I did not pull the petal off myself. Shot w/the OM 90mm f2 legacy macro at f8.
I have no idea what kind of mushroom this is, but I found it in Goffstown and it looked so gorgoues I had to shoot it. Dig the dappled sunlight.
What a difference a month makes - this is Adams pond again on a perfect foggy morning. I love how only the closest trees are visible. When I came back from walking around the woods, the fog had thinned and the effect was much less dramatic.
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