Tag: autumn

Canyon Time

Canyon Time

| December 5, 2013 | 2 Replies

It had been about a month since I returned from Alberta, which marked the end of a busy workshop and travel season. Several projects were placed on hold around August and, with limited Internet access on the road, many emails remain unanswered. But, little by little, things are falling back into place. All open print […]

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Act II

Act II

| November 20, 2009 | 3 Replies

I spent some time in this spot with Floris Van Breugel. When we arrived we were immediately taken with the interesting patterns in the sand, a result of recent rain. I made a few images, the first of which I posted earlier on NPN was made in dry sand. I later found these fascinating patterns […]

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The Struggle of Beauty

The Struggle of Beauty

| November 3, 2009 | 5 Replies

Dying aspens in a final autumn display. Sad and beautiful. Part of me feels fortunate to have had a chance to see them in their prime in previous years. Future visitors to this place may not see such displays again for many years to come, possibly ever.

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Aspen Heart

Aspen Heart

| October 3, 2009 | 2 Replies

This is shaping up to be a strange year for the aspens. Some are still sporting a full green coat of leaves while others have been stripped bare by a recent storm (and another one is en route). This was one especially beautiful patch in a local grove I visited earlier today.

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Intricate Autumn

Intricate Autumn

| September 26, 2009 | 8 Replies

To me, autumn is the most beautiful of seasons and a time I look forward to each year. Other than the obvious displays of trees, the careful observer can also find infinite beauty on every scale.

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