Yesterday’s sunshine cleaned up the snow that was on the ground, revealing an early November ground cover that’s a little more common.
Madison woke up to 3 inches of fresh snow this morning. A bit early in the season for my taste, but it did look pretty. The above scene was the view from inside my library.Continue reading Scenes after an October snow
Because of my bike accident and bum leg (which does seem to be healing up nicely), I haven’t been out there to check out the colors this year. I’ve been looking at some older autumn photos and processing them using some better post processing techniques I’ve learned over the past few years. This shot of yellow birch and red oak trees now has a much better contrast and color range.Continue reading Images of autumns past
I thought the colors and patterns of this blackberry lily (also known as a leopard lily) looked like they were painted on.