Still Learning To See

What a day!

Today overflowed. Catching up with friends via email. Two new books on lichens. A great meeting. A long walk with my friend and photo buddy, Rob. Even if the walk ended in rain, it felt good to be out in Hubbard Park. And the hot shower afterwards along with a short nap was welcomed! Dinner with Liz. A remarkable evening at the Vermont State House to hear a very informative lecture and stunning concert about Gershwin by the brilliant local pianist, Michael Arnowitt. And in between a few photographs, none of which were great but all of which were good opportunities to learn. I feel like a new horizon has opened up for learning. Exciting. A full day.

I offer a photograph I made several years ago at Morse Farm that I still enjoy. I experimented with trying to capture the feel of large tree shadows, not an easy thing! This one comes closest of many images I made.

A shadow of a large maple on snow-covered ground.

This entry was published on February 1, 2012 at 9:50 pm. It’s filed under Hubbard Park, Trees, Winter and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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