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.
Yesterday, 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!
I’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).