A few pictures of geese, bees, and ticks.
Saw these at the Barkhamsted Reservoir.
Bees are hard to catch. But a little patience and a large salvia worked here. This one may be a queen. Really big.
No critter set would work without a tick. Thanks dog.
This is one of my favorite photographs, which I’ve finally found the energy to scan. Manuel Cervantes, a wonderful friend, and I (in my hunting days) in New Mexico’s Black Range in 1986 or ’87. Title is Manuel Considering the Fire. I took this photo as the day was heading into dusk. Temperature was about 40 degrees and, I think, it was the third or forth day out. It had snowed the night prior and all the tequila gone.
A few more shots of the Tunxis new campus interiors:
Another 600 Bldg view
I’m having fun with the Tunxis Library. Here’s one view:
Over the last couple of years I’ve been taking pictures of transitions. The other day, during a cold, sunny morning, I walked into the kitchen and saw light making it’s way over a corner. I ran for the camera, knowing that taking photos of light and the patterns it makes is a tough thing to keep up with. Transparency, reflection, and contrasts are important, too, but the found image doesn’t often make for a great center-point. The eye’s shape here is often out splashy but from the two photos duration can be detected.