Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways – The October Tree

Much of the weather in New England is difficult. Torrential rains, high humidity in the summer, bitter cold and tons of snow (literally) in winter. Spring is so brief most years you could blink and miss it. To compensate, we have been gifted with an exquisite Autumn. A hint of crispness, yet shirt-sleeve warm. If … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways – The October Tree

Weekly Photo Challenge: Snow Sky and the Day After

Mid afternoon, the day before the biggest snow in 20 years -- 29 inches fell that night in the valley, but more in other places not far away including Boston which got more than 30 inches -- the sky had that peculiar luminosity that we call "a snow sky" in New England. Probably everywhere. There … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Snow Sky and the Day After

Weekly Photo Challenge: Gathering Clouds

The clouds move in and the rain will follow. Until drops fall, there's beauty to the dark of an oncoming storm. A sense of expectation. Maybe it's the ozone in the air, the crackle of unexploded lightning. The river flows, uncaring, to its destination miles away. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow (dailypost.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Gathering Clouds