Trees and Sky Reflected, by Richard Wanderman

Trees and sky reflected in Sage's Ravine Brook
Trees and sky reflected in Sage’s Ravine Brook” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Pentax Ricoh IMAGING GR. Connecticut/Massachusetts border, Appalachian Trail, August 19, 2013. Richard says, “We went on a great hike from Bear Mountain, Connecticut to Mt. Race, Massachusetts, passing through Sage’s Ravine on the way. We’ve done it many times before but it never gets old, it’s a great hike. Nice reflections in the brook in Sage’s Ravine.”

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Race Brook Falls by Richard Wanderman

Race Brook Falls
Race Brook Falls, CT by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh GR. Richard says, “This day Race Brook was as high as I’ve ever seen it and the two crossings were very tough. The base of this waterfall is another crossing and I took this right in the middle of it. The spray wasn’t too bad and it was a beautiful, clear day so the Ricoh GR wasn’t in danger of getting wet.”

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Images of Summer

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Dave writes: Images of Summer

Dave sends four outstanding color stills and scenics. Click images for large 1024×768 viewing. Also browse all images in Dave’s Gallery. Dave writes:

1. A golden sunset over False Face Mountain as seen from BillyGoat Mountain Ranch in Rogue River.
2. We have a fair crop of wild Blackberries this summer despite low water flows in Evans Creek. Fresh Blackberry pies and shortcakes abound.
3. A four-headed tomato sits atop a days pick of tomatos headed for canning.
4. Various varieties of summer squash, cucumbers and tomatos headed for the dinner table and Mason jars.

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From the Balcony

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Two sunset photos caught this week from the apartment balcony. The trees image glows with the last of the sun’s rays. You should have seen it one minute before I was able to capture the shot.The wide-angle to the north was taken a few minutes later, by then officially “dusk”. Canon EOS 5D. Click image for large desktop file … Also browse all images in Alex’s Gallery.

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