Aftermath. September 8, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
Tags: Buckland MA, Canon 24mm TS-EII L IS USM, Clesson Brook, tilt-shift photography
A bridge over Clesson Brook in Buckland stands warped by barely imaginable forces and divorced from the road leading to and from it:
The starkness of this tableau suggested a rendering in black & white, so that’s what I did. Elliot honed in on the warped plane of the parapet wall.
A Rainy Afternoon… September 5, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: Canon 24mm TS-EII L IS USM, Canon 5D, corn fields, farmland, Hadley, Massachusetts, tilt-shift photography, Western
…down in Hadley, where the recent storms amounted to lots of rain and localized flooding, nothing particularly destructive. I needed to get down there to run some errands and snapped off a few shots with Elliot and the 5D. Here they are.
A pasture expecting rain:
Barns awaiting the harvest:
…and a great oak supervising the ripening of corn:
The current unsettled weather spells trouble for the rain-soaked flood regions north and west of here, but will be entirely survivable in the lower Connecticut river valley.
And it makes for interesting photos, so here they are, courtesy of Elliot.