A misty morning at Huntley Meadows. A long telephoto zoom. It can be beautiful.
The familiar becomes even more special when mist is in the air.
Last Saturday morning, I woke up shortly after the sun had awakened and Huntley Meadows, one of the local wildlife refuges, beckoned. There was only one thing that made me think that maybe, just maybe, I should stay in bed. The sky was overcast and the weather casters predicted about two inches of rain for… Continue reading How So
It was a cloudy day in the D.C. suburbs. We are getting some badly needed rain. And, I had to make a short trip to Harrisonburg, Virginia. So I drive westward on Interstate 66. The clouds were hanging low as I approached the highlands of Shenandoah National Park. A little past the exit to the… Continue reading Roadside Pictures
There is no place quite like Yosemite National Park. It’s been a while since I visited the park – all my pictures were taken with my old Minolta film cameras. I’ve been looking through my slide collection lately and after looking at these pictures for the first time in over twenty five years, it was… Continue reading Timeless Beauty
A beautiful, sunny, cool October morning was the catalyst for taking a short walk at Huntley Meadows Park in suburban Alexandria, Virginia. Huntley is one of those hidden gems. It has winding trails, woods, and wetlands, in a compact location in the middle of suburban Alexandria (the Fairfax County part), Virginia. Fall migration is still… Continue reading I came for the birds, but I kind of mist!