Category: Black and White Photography

Photo a Day 7.17.21

I tired unsuccessfully several times yesterday to upload this photo to my blog. Interrupted cell service has definitely been the bane of my existence this summer here on Mount Desert Island. So, anyway, here is yesterday’s photo! The lilies are coming into bloom at… Continue Reading “Photo a Day 7.17.21”

snowshoe Solitude

Plans to embark on a day-long road trip adventure today were sabotaged by unforeseen circumstances. Shifting gears to more homebound enterprises, I continued work on my quilt project and in the early afternoon took a break from sewing to get some fresh air. I… Continue Reading “snowshoe Solitude”

Snowed in

It’s been almost a year since the pandemic descended upon us. Most of us are still practicing self-isolation and limiting physical contact with family and friends. Some of us lost jobs. Many of our family members who retained their jobs are still working remotely… Continue Reading “Snowed in”

Neighborhood Views

Yesterday, we had the first really bright, sunny day in many weeks. And, also, one of the coldest days we’ve had all winter. I really needed to get outside, though, and pulled out the “really warm” outdoor gear for a brisk walk and photo… Continue Reading “Neighborhood Views”

Fishing Pier

One of my favorite locations along the Burlington Waterfront is the new city green space – Waterworks Park. What used to be a run-down parking lot along the lake has been transformed into a beautiful little park that sits behind the Burlington Water Works… Continue Reading “Fishing Pier”

A Lone Sailor

I reach a point during this pandemic when I just need a change of scenery or else I think I might explode! With clear blue skies shining brightly at home this morning, my husband and I decided a road trip to the Burlington Waterfront… Continue Reading “A Lone Sailor”

Old Maple Branch

I walk by this old roadside maple tree everyday trying to imagine how I might capture it in a photograph. I decided to focus on the large branch stretching out from the tree trunk. Framing the branch in an empty sky with a hint… Continue Reading “Old Maple Branch”

Wisdom

“Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens.”― Kahlil Gibran A couple of weeks… Continue Reading “Wisdom”