Tag: black and white

Going for a Gallop

The boys felt frisky today. After several days of below freezing temperatures and frozen ground, my friend and I let our horses out so that they could stretch their legs. And stretch them they did. Galloping through the paddock, with strength, power, elegance and grace. The boys enjoyed […]

Thinking in Black & White

Sometimes when out and about, opportunity for photographing a unique scene appears. But what to do if the light isn’t ideal? Harsh shadows, bright whites, hard light. Sometimes high contrast scenes lend themselves beautifully to a black and white image. There were several occasions today where the light […]

The Surging Sea

Waiting and Wishing by Henry Kendall (1839-1882) I loiter by this surging sea, Here, by this surging, sooming sea, Here, by this wailing, wild-faced sea, Dreaming through the dreamy night; Yearning for a strange delight! Will it ever, ever, ever fly to me, By this surging sea, By […]

Stark in Winter

This morning I’m heading up for a great field trip. Heading just north of Amish country in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, my destination is Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area. Middle Creek is renowned for the thousands of snow geese that migrate via the Atlantic Flyway and stay for several weeks […]