I decided to take a couple of days’ hiatus from blogging and focus on living. Our great friends, George and Heidi, came up from Connecticut to visit this weekend, and it has been a wonderful time. Besides catching up on life’s events and creating some cool, ethereal jusic between synthesizer, guitar and harmonica, George and I did some photographic exploring.
We went to Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday morning, which I have visited before, but never had the opportunity to explore all the trails. The weather was fantastic and I captured lots of wonderful scenes, of which I’ll share a couple in today’s post.
Looking out over the Nashua river, I noticed this interplay between Autumnal color and the reflected trees hanging over the water.
Later down the path, we discovered this wonderful little snake, resting and soaking up as much of the Sun’s energy as possible. This lovely snake was positioned on top of a beaver hutch, which had fallen dry; the area that we traversed is usually under water during wet season.
A little challenge to the reader: what type of snake is this?
A great weekend, and now watching the return of Tom Brady.
These images were captured with my Fuji X-T1 using the Fuji 18-135 super duper lens. I’m really beginning to enjoy this camera! Some simple cropping and adjustments were done in Adobe Lightroom for the iPad, which, while minimalist has all the basic things that make for a great quick edit.