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Views. December 12, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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There’s only so much one can juice out of a freezing rain.

But as an aspiring photographer, I squeeze like a MoFo, and out come the images.

A high field, ensconced in ice:


An apple farm, resting up for the work to come:


A dairy farm, hunkered down for the turbulent evening:


An unoccupied hillside pasture:


‘Cause all the smart sheep and cattle are in the damned barn!


1. Laurie B - December 12, 2008

Down here along the river we can see up to your hill towns. We can see the glistening treetops from here. We had a little slush and standing water. Nothing at all like the hill towns north and south of us or anywhere near as much as any of the friends that live in the big path of ice that went through the border towns, in NH and in ME.

Thanks for your photos and thoughts..and pictures of supper. That’s some good life you’ve got going on.

2. Sylvia Kirkwood - December 12, 2008

Great photos as always! Take care, stay warm, have a good weekend!

3. Bobbie - December 13, 2008

Gorgeous photos. I hope everyone has or soon will have their electricity restored. Candle light can be romantic, but lack of heat gets old real quick.

4. susan - December 13, 2008

I’ve enjoyed a week’s worth of your photos and thoughts. Once again I’m grateful for the calm appreciation of what makes a considered life.

5. Spartacus - December 15, 2008

Dude! You? Aspiring? Please. You’re already a photographer, and a damned good one at that.

6. littlebangtheory - December 15, 2008

As a coworker of mine used to say, “Good from far, but far from good!”

He wasn’t talkin’ about photographs, but I am! đŸ™‚

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