With snow on the ground and grey winter skies, shooting in black and white often produces striking images.
Interesting how some Sumac lose their berry clusters in winter, and some don’t?
Intriguing discoveries are still to be made, eve in shades of black, white and brown.
We had a few inches of heavy snow Thursday night – with temperatures above zero in the foreseeable future it’ll likely be gone within a few days but this morning it’s still there. You can see lots of small footprints in the snow – many more than in previous weeks, so I’m thinking a lot […]
Six-On-Saturday – six things from the garden on this Saturday.
Part of the beauty of winter is discovering shapes, textures, colours and relationships in plants that you can’t see in the growing season. Tree trunks growing in weird and wonderful directions. Fat buds waiting to burst. Bronzed coniferous foliage or bright red deciduous branches. The weathered leaf of this Cup Plant (Silphium perforliatum) is […]