Tag Archives: landscape
The trout might not have been biting, but I didn’t come home empty-handed. Skunk Cabbage is coming along nicely, the mosses and ferns are green and the tree buds are finally starting to break. Sony DSC-RX100 – Zeiss Vario-Sonnar – 28mm – … Continue reading
An early morning in March brings a red sky, harbinger of stormy weather to come. Sony A-900 – Sigma 24 – 70 f2.8 – ISO 200 – f6.7 – 1/90
Despairing at the weather forecast for the next five days I went outside to be greeted by the first Snowdrops of Spring! What better way to revive hope that Spring is finally close! Long live Snowdrops!
We’re well into Autumn now and the first serious hoar frost appeared this morning, covering the ground and the gardens like a crystalline, white vail. Hearty flowers have so far resisted the low temperatures and strong winds that sweep across … Continue reading
Autumn is now with us, and with it comes more intense weather. This morning’s sky was a busy place indeed. Sony A-900 – Tamron 17 – 24mm 2.8 – 17mm – ISO 200 – f11 – 1/125
One of the best aspects of nature and landscape photography is serendipity. Regardless of the planning, you just never know when an unexpected image will present itself, completely without warning. Such was the case last week when I went … Continue reading
Yesterday was one of those days where the light is abnormally crystal clear and clean. Perhaps this is an odd way of describing light but most artists will understand. Everything looked pristine, pure and razor sharp… a truly glorious day … Continue reading
Driving home from a trip to the local farmer’s market on Saturday morning, we drove under this sullen, ominous sky, the aftermath of the passing of Hurricane Sandy, knowing rain and wind could not be far off. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 … Continue reading
Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia is also known as the village built on stilts. This picturesque tidal village, nestled deep in the valley formed by the Bear River was once a thriving community, active in ship-building and timber shipping. … Continue reading
The early morning light captures the beautiful shades of purple, blue and green in this clump of iris growing in one of my wife’s many garden beds.