Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Posts tagged “Oberlin

Taking a Stroll around the Grounds


June 16, 2019

Yesterday I followed and unfollowed paths around my immediate neighborhood. I found baby oak leaves overlooking tall grasses; a willow tree behind goldenrod plants and before cattails sprinkled with pseudacris; a path through a wooded area dotted with daisies; very young films of Leptothrix discophora, some in front of a small outcrop of sedge; a duckweed-covered pond rising to meet hanging branches of another oak tree; and more duckweed in a different pond in the rain. I also took another stab at Intentional Camera Movement.

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Old Bank Drive-Through 21


December 13, 2018

When I went dumpster hunting last month (see the small haul), I stopped by the old bank drive-through that has entertained me so often. I’d never been there in freezing weather, and icy new appearances awaited me. The last three photographs are what I will enter into the FAVA Six-State Photography show early next year, hoping one will be juried in.

 

 

 

 

 


The Dumpsters of Oberlin 81


June 19, 2018


Old Bank Drive-Through 20


June 18, 2018

I took this photograph more than a month ago and almost forgot about it. These are fallen forsythia blossoms.


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