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Along The Cold River. October 16, 2010

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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So this morning I headed out before sunrise, not expecting to catch a glorious dawn, but rather to get some fall colors without the direct light of the sun on them.

I needn’t have rushed; as soon as I left the driveway it began to rain, the wind picked up and I considered turning around – but hey, what else was I going to do at this time of day?

So I went up the valley through blowing mists to see what I could see (kinda like the bear going over the mountain!)  And this is what I saw, through repeated moppings of the lens.

The Cold river from the Black Brook bridge:

Sorry ’bout the uniformly gray skies here, but it was what it was.

A closer look at the river:

A little farther down river, at the State Forest campground, the trails were deserted:

A picnic area seemed to have gone to sleep for the season…

…with only me and the moss there to enjoy the silence:

Those last two were courtesy of Elliot, one for perspective and one for an attempt at foreground/background focusing.  Given the low light level, I thought the result was satisfactory (with room for improvement.)

Then it was back to the farm for a late breakfast by the wood-stove, two of the simple pleasures of the season.

Have a nice weekend.  🙂

 

 

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1. lisahgolden - October 16, 2010

It’s magical. Truly.

2. sherry - October 17, 2010

ohhh-rocks and MOSS! love it!

3. kkryno - October 17, 2010

Man! I could just about reach out and pick up one of those red leaves laying on the pathway.

So cool!

4. susan - October 17, 2010

Absolutement magnifique!

5. littlebangtheory - October 17, 2010

Heheh, you ladies are rockin’ me. 🙂

6. Bob - October 18, 2010

omygodilovethispost!!!

I really miss seasons, but, well, you know….

7. littlebangtheory - October 18, 2010

Aw, Cuz – the seasons are right where you left them, if you ever need a dose. 😉

And I’m glad you saw it – I always think of you if there are forests and rivers and hills in the mix!


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