Still Learning To See

Falling into a lovely fall

One of the benefits of having my computer die this week (fully backed up but still a pain) was doing a bit more driving than I might have to get the replacement—with my cameras beside me, of course, and making a few stops along the way.

Cadys-2254Yesterday, I took the time to go back to Cady’s Falls, a spot I’ve been too many times photographing reflections of the foliage in the water of the river there. The light and water were quite different than past trips. At first I was disappointed (“bad” light, few reds, low water) and then, seeing what was actually there, WOW, I quickly let go of expectations and simply enjoyed seeing. And, as a bonus, because the air was an unseasonable 85F, I enjoyed working while standing right in the water!


Cadys-1925I’ll share more of these gorgeous abstracts over the next few weeks. This morning I take down my show from The Governor’s Gallery after a 3-month run. I’m pleased to have found places to re-hang all of my work in other spots. (details to follow).

This entry was published on September 29, 2014 at 9:10 am. It’s filed under Abstract, John Snell, Leaves, Patterns, Photograph, Reflections, Vermont, Water and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Falling into a lovely fall

  1. Jim Servis on said:

    Hi there John!

    I enjoyed our brief reconnection this past summer. I’ve also been enjoying your photography. Very nice! I’ve been in AZ the past few weeks and have deeply missed autumn. Your most recent posting brought that home to me.

    My best,

    Jim Servis


  2. Chica Snell on said:

    Breath taking!

    Sent from my iPad


  3. Deborah Leu on said:

    Glorious color and patterns. sorry about your computer.

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