Where did the time go? Well, some of it went to walking in the woods.
…on the pond. It hasn’t quite frozen solid, so the open spots and edges have some interesting photographic potential.
May you and yours have a year with health and happiness and light.
My life amounts to no more than one drop in a limitless ocean. Yet what is any ocean, but a multitude of drops?
Well, it has green reflections from the cedar, at any rate.
In winter the pond gets kind of aggressive and the land around it gets soggy. This soggy. (Note to self: replace that boardwalk thingie, the fact that it’s too waterlogged to float is Not a Good Sign.)
This is the corner that got walloped by the pine and fir; these pictures were taken a few days previously. Not sure how much will have survived the walloping to make pretty reflections.
I’m behind in my intentions—this is the first post of 2014. Oh well. Taken a few weeks ago when it was colder and there was white stuff around. A good photo to start the year with, as it’s basically all about light.
It was the congruity of the shapes in the reflection and the background that caught my eye.