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intricate.jpgIntricate3 viewsThe complex pattern of lakeshore and islands in one of the TVA reservoirs in this shot grabbed my attentionEd HodgsonNov 14, 2017
hieroglyphics.jpgHeiroglyphics2 viewsThe patterns of development here reminded me of writing I have seen in photos from some exotic archeological sites.2 commentsEd HodgsonNov 14, 2017
IMG_5036-1.jpgStaghorn Sumac3 viewsIn fall many different' amazing colors can appear on a single leaf. Westfield Ma - Oct 2017Vern WellsNov 12, 2017
IMG_5062-1.jpgStaghorn Sumac - Nov 2017 'Ablaze' Winner 4 viewsWestfield Ma - Oct 2017Vern WellsNov 12, 2017
IMG_5086-1.jpgSassafras Unveiled4 viewsLeaves of sassafras can turn yellow, apricot, red, or purple; Westfield Ma - Oct 2017Vern WellsNov 12, 2017
IMG_4748-1.jpgSassafras tree in a drizzle5 viewsThe apricot color; Granby Ct - Oct 2017 2 commentsVern WellsNov 12, 2017
IMG_4769-1.jpgSassafras Leaves2 viewsThe 3 different leaves of a sassafras tree - 1-lobed, 3-lobed, and 2-lobed; Westfield Ma - Oct 2017Vern WellsNov 12, 2017
Pileated3.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 34 viewsI returned to the big sycamore about a week later full of anticipation , but found a very strange looking object hanging out of the cavity. As I watched puzzled, I could see it was moving and eventually recognized the coils of a large black snake that had apparently climbed the tree trunk and was raiding the nest. I'm sad to say this story does not end well. I've seen no sign of the pileated 's return to the tree since.2 commentsEd HodgsonNov 10, 2017
Pileated2.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 22 viewsPileated Woodpecker, Salmon Brook Park, Granby, CT - June, 2017 - As I happily watched and took photos, the woodpecker entered a cavity high on the tree's trunk. Soon her (?) head popped out and she (?) looked around. It seemed clear this was a nest and I planned return visits for more fun and photos.
Ed HodgsonNov 10, 2017
Pileated1.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 13 viewsPileated Woodpecker, Salmon Brook Park, Granby, CT - June, 2017 - Back on a late June evening, I spotted this handsome pileated woodpecker on the trunk of a large sycamore in Salmon Brook Park and began shooting pictures.2 commentsEd HodgsonNov 10, 2017
DSC_0342.jpgHummingbird4 viewsHummingbird with color removed except for the orange flower!3 commentsPaula JohnsonOct 11, 2017
IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern WellsOct 09, 2017
IMG_4465-1.jpgcloud3 viewsBlandford Ma - Sep 2017Vern WellsOct 09, 2017
IMG_4491-1.jpgCloud2 viewsBlandford Ma - Sep 2017Vern WellsOct 09, 2017
IMG_4492-1.jpgCloud2 viewsBlandford Ma - Sep 2017Vern WellsOct 09, 2017
Sunrise-Sunset1.jpgSunrise Sunset - Edited3 viewsThanks to those who commented on this image Monday. Although I liked it as an element in the picture, I can see that the streetlight draws the viewers eye off to the edge of the picture. I experimented with cropping, but had no room to crop on top or bottom of the image adn wasn't crazy about the more square format that resulted form cropping off the edge only. A little clone work was the alternative I chose. Do you agree that this improves the image.2 commentsEd HodgsonOct 05, 2017
Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen4 viewsI was puzzled by the crop comments on this image from Monday night until I played around a little bit and noticed that the program we were using crops images unless directed to full screen display. In this case, it cut off the top of the tree. This leads to the question - " is the tree too high in this frame?" Thanks for your detailed comments Monday and your thoughts on this question.4 commentsEd HodgsonOct 05, 2017
50_Chevy_Drag__1.jpg4 views1 commentsGene SuponskiOct 04, 2017
PaintedLady2.jpgPainted Lady4 viewsHere's the comparison photo of a painted lady butterfly with a similar closed wing position.Ed HodgsonOct 03, 2017
AmericanLady.jpgAmerican Lady Butterfly4 viewsSince it was a topic of some discussion at teh meeting last night, I figured I'd post a couple of images that clearly show the principal visual difference between American Lady and Painted Lady Butterflies. Note especially the underside of the hind wings.Ed HodgsonOct 03, 2017
Pacific_Coast_Highway_Heceta_Head.jpgRoute 101 Pacific Coast Highway, Oregon 20178 views1 commentsGene SuponskiSep 20, 2017
Lincoln_City_Coastal_Lands_End__1.jpgRoads End, Lincoln City, Oregon3 viewsGene SuponskiSep 20, 2017
Cardinalflower2017.jpgSeptember Surprise10 viewsI was surprised while walking along the rail trail north from Suffield last week to find these cardinal flowers still blooming by a little beaver dam. I thought it made a nice scene.1 commentsEd HodgsonSep 18, 2017
Paintedlady.jpgPainted Lady at Work10 viewsI found this painted lady butterfly at work in the Granby Community Garden along Hungary Road. I thought this bright pink Zinnia made a nice perch for her.Ed HodgsonSep 18, 2017
Monarch2017.jpgS'il Fait Beaux Temps ....10 viewsThis monarch butterfly and bumble bee side by side on my wife's Chareopteris reminded me of the Aesop's fable about the bee and the butterfly they used to try and teach us French in high school. I guess it must have worked a little bit - still there after all those years.Ed HodgsonSep 18, 2017
Butterfly_3_Lo_Res.jpg11 viewsI spent a few hours over two days this last weekend at Garlic Farms. I thought I might get some shots of the flowers in the back of the barn. I noticed butterflys among the flowers and started shooting.Jay HarderSep 18, 2017
Butterfly_2_Lo_Res.jpg9 viewsJay HarderSep 18, 2017
Butterfly_1_Lo_Res.jpg7 viewsJay HarderSep 18, 2017
_DSC4753_Lo_Res.jpg8 viewsThere were great opportunities for flowers as well.Jay HarderSep 18, 2017
_DSC4537_Lo_Res.jpg10 viewsJay HarderSep 18, 2017
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