Weekend Roundup. June 12, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: Bridge of Flowers, Charlemont, farmer, first cutting, High Ledges, lichen, old truck, rainbow, She;burne
Another week of water over the damned, as they say. Here are a few images culled from the pile, before I retire this ol’ ‘puterbox in favor of This Year’s Model.
Wild mustard beneath a Dr. Seuss cloud:
An old wooden truck bed being recycled by lichen:
A monobow descends over the hills of Bernardston:
The Bridge of Flowers in full bloom:
The local planting season swings into high gear:
A little rain does nothing to slow these folks down. God bless the farmers!
The first cutting of hay came the third week of May, earlier than usual:
And here’s a view from Shelburne’s High Ledges at sunset, looking back at the Deerfield river running through Charlemont:
There are a few other shots from the week which may yet see daylight, but they’ll be coming atcha from a newer computer (once I get it figured out!)