Still Learning To See

My 500th post to Still Learning to See

On December 1, 2011 I began this blog with a post about walking in Hubbard Park on a cold crisp morning and seeing new ice forming. For most of the first year I posted every day and then I decided I’d post often and regularly but not necessarily daily. I’m pleased to say today’s is the 500th posting I’ve made.

I share two more photographs that will appear in the Governor’s Gallery show coming up July 7th. These are two of my favorites of all time, made just down stream from Cady’s Falls in Morrisville, Vermont. On the right Fall day, and this was one, it is a place of dreams: the colorful foliage of high, mixed deciduous woods at just the right angle to reflect slow-moving water. I made this one the end of September 2013

GovGal-8838and this one the first time I ever visited the spot in September 2005. Maybe I’ll return for my 1000th post!



This entry was published on June 29, 2014 at 8:52 am. It’s filed under Fall colors, John Snell, Leaves, Patterns, Reflections, Trees, Vermont, Water and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “My 500th post to Still Learning to See

  1. Deborah Leu on said:

    Two more gorgeous shots. I have come to love reflection shots – and as you know I love autumn – so these are two of my favorites, too.

  2. Dona Dugay on said:

    Can’t help but reflect on Monets work at Giverney.. So very pretty .. & pure Vermont.. Congrats!

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