Monday, March 30, 2015
A friend and I walked around Exeter looking for interesting things to photograph. I particularly liked reflections in the decaying ice and a window to the world below. Colors and textures in a sheet of copper and an old wall also got my attention.
Monday, January 5, 2015
We had a snow and ice storm Saturday and Sunday. After cleaning up the driveway, I wandered around the yard photographing the trees, weeds, and bushes that were coated with ice. Even the most commonplace weeds were turned into beautiful sculptures by the ice.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
I walk across the Makem Bridge every day without noticing the spider webs suspended between the railings. Yesterday morning was foggy and damp, and the webs were all highlighted with sparkling water drops, which made it obvious that some spiders are more skillful weavers than their neighbors.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Nearly every year we attend the Deerfield Arts Tour, and visit at least a few of the open studios. We love to hike on the property of potter Al Jaeger, which includes ponds, stone walls, Al's sculptures, gardens, and beautiful natural scenes. These photos are from our walk last Saturday.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Yesterday we took a windy walk on York Beach. I enjoyed the patterns made by the sun and ripply water in little tide pools, the impressions made by the water running across the sand, and the prehistoric looking bird tracks in the mud. It was a beautiful day.