These perfect shade trees always make me smile, all the best farms have them.
winter landscapes…..while waiting for spring
I know the world doesn’t really need more rainbow pictures, but I couldn’t resist. This one actually spanned the entire sky, so that you could see each end touch the horizon. I’d never seen that before, usually one end just fades away.
This is a standardbred farm that has bred and raised some amazing horses, including Deweycheatumnhowe.
Mid summer landscapes, now that it’s fall…..
The allee beside the field.
You find photos in the oddest places. I took these at my local Agway while I was waiting for them to load my grain.
There is nothing like blue skies to make you see every speck of dust on your sensors…….ugh…….
We are well into the green season here in the New York. It’s not as spectacular as Southeast Asia’s green season when the rice gets going, but it’s mine and I like it.
Last year I obsessed about the flowering trees, but the bloom time was so compressed this year (due to our crazy weather) that it blew right past me. So instead I focused on the ocean of ferns that erupt down the road.
I’m sure there are more fern photos in my future…..hope everyone else’s spring is as lush as mine.
Finally had a bit of sun the other day, so I had another go at snow photography. My previous attempt on an overcast day was disappointing at best.
This is snow on an overcast day, flat, drab, bland, decidedly not blue, which is the way I prefer my snow. It’s a good thing I was more interested in Trouble than the snow.
This is what we had after the first snow this year, we skated NYC got slammed.
The second storm, boredom really starting to set in.
This is Trouble in the first half of this storm.
What I’m waiting for.
Even if I’m complaining I will take the snow and cold over the flooding in England or the drought in California.
Maybe more soon…….