Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Posts tagged “Kendal at Oberlin

Someone Else’s Begonia 4


June 17, 2018


Someone Else’s Begonia 3


June 16, 2018


Someone Else’s Begonia 1 and 2


June 15, 2018

 

 

 


Old Cattails, New Duck Weed


June 14, 2018


The Mushroom Tree


June 13, 2018


Hoses in Poses, Continued 2


June 12, 2018


Hoses in Poses, Continued 1


June 11, 2018


Remnants of Winter; Harbingers of Spring 8


April 5, 2018


Remnants of Winter; Harbingers of Spring 7


April 4, 2018

Ice had formed on the surface of a pond. A polarizing filter was on the camera lens. The download of photographs was more surprising than usual. I wasn’t thinking of interference colors when I took these photographs, but that’s what was going on. The explanation in the link above is a bit thick, but if you’re keen to know more, there’s more information here and here. (Longtime followers of this blog know that the colors of Leptothrix discophora films—which I photograph ad nauseam—are due to the interference phenomenon and may not be surprised that I raise the topic again.) OK, but here’s a new puzzle for me: Why is the ice forming in shards? Does ice always form that way? Mysteries, mysteries.

 


Remnants of Winter; Harbingers of Spring 6


April 3, 2018