Sunday, September 14, 2014
Let me stress that it's just not early, it's REALLY early. Sunrise in June occurs as early as 4:58 a.m. To get up to capture the pre-sunrise light, I had to set an alarm for 4:30. That's pretty darn early for a vacation, but I did wake one morning that early. Unfortunately, it was cloudy, and the light was flat and gray. After looking through all my photographs I have taken at Little Pond, I noticed a gaping hole- I had hardly any photos taken in the morning on the pond. I remedied that with this photo, one of my favorites from this summer.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
This summer, we had the opportunity to travel to Little Pond Maine, Megan's parents' home in the woods, twice. The first trip happened in early June, in time to catch the pink lady slippers in full bloom. We went back about five weeks later to celebrate Megan's birthday with her three brothers. We also had the opportunity to meet nephew and cousin Duncan for the first time, who traveled with his parents from Denver.
I had plenty of time to explore the pond and the woods surrounding it. Over the next two weeks or so I'll share some of my favorite images from this summer.
One of my favorite ways to explore the pond is by boat. I have taken great advantage of the stability of a pedal boat to get many images taken from the water. Here, I managed to sneak up on a song sparrow that was on a perfect perch in morning sunlight.
Monday, September 08, 2014
Sunday, September 07, 2014
Last Sunday, I had a chance to return to Kenney Park along the Olentangy River where it runs through the Beechwold neighborhood of Columbus. I spent much of my free time here many years ago. It was nice to visit again.