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Burnett Pond. November 24, 2010

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Got out to Burnett Pond in Savoy the other evening, a spot not quite visible from the road, but nonetheless worth a visit or two.

The ice is just beginning to form up there (Savoy’s a “hill town,” whereas I live in the Deerfield river valley) and I found a few views worth setting up for.

Here’s one, perhaps my favorite [who in God’s name leads with ‘their favorite??’ ], a reflection of ice forming beneath a nascent sunset:

The pond was still enough to see past the coalescing ice to its shallow shoreline bottom:

…to the wind-whipped ripples of golden sand beneath a textured slurry of water in-between states:

Finally the sunset did its thing, coloring the sky in hues of citrus and garnet:

It’ll be colder tonight, and at the risk of boring you, I’ll be up way before dawn in search of ice.

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1. lisahgolden - November 24, 2010

So beautiful and serene.

2. clairz - November 25, 2010

You know very well that you will never bore us, with your lovely words and photos. Happy Thanksgiving!

3. susan - November 27, 2010

Very, very nice. I hope you were wearing a good warm jacket.

4. littlebangtheory - November 28, 2010

Yes, I was, thank you, and hat and gloves as well!


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