Monthly Archives: January 2010

Blue Moon Rising

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Blue Moon Rising over Hannah HillThe wind was up and it was so cold I only got off two shots before I lost feeling in my hands. Unfortunately I can’t operate my camera with gloves on. The sacrifices one makes … Continue reading

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Cold Morning Stars

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Jack Frost’s Been HereWith winter we get automatic artwork on our windows. If the temperatures drop low enough fractal forms march across the glass making for magnificent displays come morning’s light. Some days they are just small fingers of frost … Continue reading

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Amaryllis Bloom Banner

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Amaryllis Banner in Middle DistanceThe Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park featured one of my flower photos in their 2008 Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World exhibition. The theme was focusing on natural elements and had Christmas amaryllis flowers. … Continue reading

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More Morning Frost Fractals

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More Morning Frost FractalsDeep cold makes the winter sunrises that much more spectacular. Outdoors: 25째F/0째F Partially SunnyTiny Cottage: 65째F/57째F

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Canis Nivicolous – Snow Dogs

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Light on Snow On Sunday we went up to the top of the ridge behind our house to check out the new fields. Lili, above, and Kavi, below, came up with us to explore the area we’ll soon be fencing. … Continue reading

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White Mountains

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White Mountains from New High Ridge FieldI’m working on identifying exactly which mountains these are which lie to the east of us looking down the valley across West Topsham, VT. They are located deep into New Hampshire. We can clearly … Continue reading

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Ice Eruption

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Ice EruptionThe other day I showed a photo of the impact crater from a side trip during our voyage to Mars. Today we have quite the opposite. This is an eruption from deep beneath the depths of the world’s ice. … Continue reading

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Frost Face

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Face Full of FrostJust call him Jack Frost. On a cold winter day with high winds this is the way to dress. The next step up is a scarf and then goggles. Sometimes we resort to them. Exposed skin is … Continue reading

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Ice Impact

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Impact CraterOn our trip to Mars we’ve done a little sight seeing, visiting the frigid moon of Ganymede out around Jupiter. Seeing fields of ice like this makes me realize how lucky we are to have summer in Vermont. The … Continue reading

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Winter Sunrise

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Sunrise About to BurstWe see a lot of sunrises climb over the mountains to our east from the vantage point of our tiny cottage clinging to the east side of the ridge. From the old farm house we never got … Continue reading

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