I couldn’t start this week’s post without a nod to the autumn colors, sometimes vibrant, sometimes soft. It is a riot of color outside my studio right now – there for all too short a time.
As you know, I’ve been preoccupied with color lately, particularly as related to the rocks of coastal Maine.
Here is the latest group of images from that library.
I did manage to take advantage of the good weather and beautiful scenery with, among other activities, a trip to the local quarry. I hadn’t been there since early Spring and I was anxious to crack some rocks! Ii’s great therapy actually – and there is often a little prize to be found.
These are a few of the “prizes” from that trip.
More to come.
I had to throw this last image in. I just got back from a visit with a friend and neighbor. Gary has a farm down the road where he grows mushrooms (and sells to many of the finer restaurants in the area). I have wanted to spend time there shooting the various, exotic mushrooms and today was the day. So, this is the first one I saw when I opened my library. There will be a fresh batch of mushrooms waiting in next week’s installment.
Thanks for the visit.