Friday, January 21, 2011

Grey on Grey


There's always this funky light in winter, especially mornings. This was made in mid-morning, on the north shore of Long Island.

Winter reveals all that summer hides.


7 comments:

Hilary said...

It sure does.. the views are amazing through empty branches.

T. Becque said...

I like the clarity in the muted setting.
I do like the infrared setting for bw, but my last photo had this grass that was almost glowing white in the mid-day sun so perhaps that's what you're seeing.

Lynne H. said...

This reminds me of the woods behind my childhood home..
You capture "life" so well.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Gray has become one of my favorite colors, so many different shades. I think this is really pretty.

Frank Baron said...

Yes, it does. One of the things I particularly like to see revealed is the placement of the birds' nests that were hidden all summer. I try to memorize where they are in case they're re-used the following year and I might catch a glimpse of nestlings a few months down the road.

nance marie said...

this makes me think a little more positively today.

thanks.

Carmi said...

I love how you manage to capture the subtle variations of light from one season to the next. This is brilliant - makes me wish I could hang out on a walk with you! I might learn something from the experience :)