Between The Rains. August 12, 2012Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: Franklin County, Hawley MA, misty hills, New England, one for Cuz, Pudding Hollow
After an unusually long dry spell, we seem to have entered the it-rains-every-day phase of our screwy New England weather cycle. I can water the garden during dry spells, but keeping everything from rotting when we have too much rain is a bit more problematic.
Still, the wet weather has its advantages; our rivers certainly need the water, and if we’re going to have anything like a foliage season this year, so do the forests.
And the vistas of mists rising from the valleys is interesting to photograph, such as in this evening shot of a homestead in the Pudding Hollow section of Hawley:
There’s too much wrong with that photo for it to ever hang on a wall, but it’s passable for blog viewing.
Besides, while I have tons of other photos to process, I haven’t anything else ready to post, and I don’t want you all to fall asleep on me!