In the winter months, sunrises tend to be muted and if you’re lucky some pastel colors might shine through. I keep hoping for a stunningly colorful sunrise, but they have been elusive for some time now. Trying to predict a colorful sunrise or sunset proves to be challenging, […]
The sloping landscapes of the Shenandoah mountains, come in many different colors. Green, yellow, orange and purple, these majestic mountains sing in beauty. Ray Charles’s rendition of America the Beautiful is the most soulful and heartfelt tribute to these Purple Mountain Majesties. Click on the image above and […]
No words can express such majesty.
A mid-October visit to the Shenandoah mountains was filled with rainy days and overcast skies. Though it wasn’t the most pleasant of weather, the storm created its magic along the rolling mountains. But then the clouds cleared in the afternoon and the brilliant autumn colors shone brightly with […]
Today’s trail ride field trip was a resounding success. Remy and her new beau Lancaster went on the trailer beautifully. It had been a while since Lancaster had been on a trailer and he was wigging out a bit. Flinging hay all over the trailer, I could see […]
Following the evening’s rain the morning entered in softly with fog. Enveloping the landscape with its warm embrace, the fog gently misted the day. Flowing elegantly over Northeast harbor, the boats laid in wait for a fairer day. Although the fog didn’t keep the lobstermen from heading out […]
Last night was the first time I attempted a long exposure capture of the bay. Although the sky was clear, the water moved beautifully. Stacking both a .6 and .3 ND filters, thanks to Mabry Campbell who has mastered the art of Long Exposure captures, here is my best […]
Landscapes have a language of their own, expressing the soul of the things, lofty or humble, which constitute them, from the mighty peaks to the smallest of the tiny flowers hidden in the meadow’s grass. ~ Alexandra David-Néel