As it has been a rather busy week with long days at work, I decided to take a short walk at Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge before coming into work this morning. It was well worth it, as I was the only person there and it was very relaxing to wander around with nothing but Nature’s sounds for my background music.
The other aspect is that it was fun to do a little photography. So I thought I’d share a couple of images with you before I get to the studio and edit them properly:
With the flow rate of the Nashua river, reflections created interesting images; in the above image there’s a very mild amount of distortion.
In this image, the distortion of the reflection is more significant, as the stuck branch (sharkfin) is creating a bit of turbulence.
Hope you enjoy!