December 3, 2016
The old fence indicates that this was once a farmer’s field.
December 2, 2016
The first stop I made while wandering northern Ohio Sunday was by these woods. I was drawn to several things here: the colors, the light, some specific trees, remnants of a fence, and the goldenrod. The goldenrod seedheads that I photographed on Wildflower Hill a while ago were silver; these were coppery gold.
We’ve had a string of dreary days here in northeast Ohio. Today is forecast to be partly sunny, so I will go out with the camera. I know I should try to photograph dreariness, but . . . Meanwhile, I’ve run out of recent photos to share, so this is from the archives. This barn is around the corner, sort of, from where we used to live. I took its photograph July 30, 2012.
November 24, 2016
Sunshine and warm weather last Friday made returning to Rock Pond and Wildflower Hill imperative. Good thing I went. Snow and cold hit the next day. But don’t look forward to photographs of snow just yet. I was too chicken to get out in the freezing weather with the camera. Maybe I’ll be braver with the next snowfall. . . . With the following photograph I now have a series on sparking water. See also the posts of May 15 and August 29.