Wagon Hill Farm Field
A few images from an early autumn walk at Wagon Hill Farm in Durham, New Hampshire. Had some fun dialing up the artistic filters on some of these.
Wagon Hill Marsh
I took these images while on an early morning walk at Wagon Hill Farm, a conservation area in Durham, New Hampshire. There was dense fog that was just starting to clear as I arrived.
This image, enhanced with artistic filters, captures an Egret hunting for small fish in the shallow, marshes along Back Cove in Portland, Maine. This area is connected to the downtown by the Bayside Trail, a multi-use recreational trail that runs along the Eastern Promenade park area and Back Cove at the north end of the city. This is a great place to bicycle or walk, with attractive residential neighborhoods, several urban parks, and views of the waterfront. The marshes seen here, frequented by shorebirds, are concentrated in the northern area of Back Cove.
Hold On Tight!
Waves hit the rocks just off-shore from Fort Foster in Kittery, Maine. Cormorants seem to be enjoying the action, albeit some don’t appear to even notice. This digitally enhanced image uses artistic filters to give the scene a painterly look.
Some dramatic skies over our home in Dover, New Hampshire this past weekend, due to hot weather spawning some severe thunderstorms. I took this photo of a double rainbow, which is visible due to double reflection of light inside the raindrops. The secondary rainbow is fainter than the primary one and is usually positioned about 10 degrees above it; note the colors are in reverse order. Wikipedia has more details on rainbows for those with a mind for physics.