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The Mists Of May. May 4, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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This past week has been cold and rainy, putting my gardening plans on hold and sending me out in search of the mystical images which arise in these conditions.

Here are a few which fall into that category, all from Bog Pond up in Savoy, MA.

A mat of peat and associated shrubs floats in the mist on a foggy evening:

Shoreline shrubs frame the view:

While Autumn is widely regarded as the Northeast’s colorful season, I’m a fan of the subtler colors of Spring, which are startlingly fresh and vibrant if one opens their mind to them:

…and then, the light levels dropped and the scene faded to gray.

And so it goes, and so it goes.

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1. sherry pasquarello - May 5, 2012

i love the 1st picture!

2. littlebangtheory - May 5, 2012

Thanks, sherry. Long Time No Hear! šŸ™‚

3. susancrow - May 5, 2012

and I quite like the second so now you have two votes šŸ™‚

4. lisahgolden - May 5, 2012

Oh, sir, what you and your camerafriends do. This is so serene, so beautiful.

5. littlebangtheory - May 6, 2012

Lisa, thank you. We do try.

Ladies, my personal favorite is the third one, so I guess that evens the score, so to speak. (We wouldn’t want a photo to have hurt feelings now, would we?) šŸ˜‰

6. Paul in ABQ - May 7, 2012

They are all wonderful, though I lean toward #1. Wonderful. Breathtaking. I do love misty.

7. littlebangtheory - May 7, 2012

Paul, my long-lost friend! I’m glad you like misty, we have lots of that here. Thanks for voting. šŸ™‚

8. Paul in ABQ - May 8, 2012

I have not been lost. Just not wordy. I come here almost daily.


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