Saturday, May 29, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday and Ruby Tuesday

What exactly am I looking through here?  Well, I'm not sure either but I do know it's considered a sculpture. With all sincerity, I like my photographs of it more than I did the actual sculpture! I was really happy with this series which shows such a fascinating interplay of shadows and light.

Taken in the courtyard of the Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester Massachusetts, in mid-April, 2010.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Today's Flowers, My World, Sky Watch Friday, Camera Critters and Watery Wednsday

It's a lot to bite off in terms of photo memes, but I believe that this will deliver to all five memes!  :-)

A Walk Along Lake Pleasant
Sunday, May 23, 2009

Lake Pleasant was once (see full correction in comments) a reservoir for public drinking water for the residents of Turners Falls and Montague, in lovely rural Western Massachusetts.  Though it is considered trespassing (sush, don't tell anyone), a few townsfolk hang out there once in a while - literally a couple at a time. Overall the area is respected and kept wild and untarnished.

I now take you on today's walk. Watch your step - there may be Lady's Slipper under-foot! 

Looking up toward the sky...

a mixture of sun and fluffy clouds.

Discoveries along the trail...

A painted turtle that my hawk-eyed and determined mate caught for a photo op. It was quickly released back to the lake.

A wild turkey wing

and these guys.

Sky Watch Friday


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