This is a collection of what I call Pondscapes. All are unique and only on the calmest of days can any be duplicated and then only in a short period of time — and some can never be duplicated.
This series is very special and mounted without a matte and in a thin, chrome, 16 x 12 inch frame.
This current set were all taken during the Autumn on overcast days at the Four Ponds Conservation Area, Pocasett, Massachusetts.
A framed image. Unfortunately, a photograph of this mounted print does not do it justice.
The reflection of a single large tree, the pond buffeted by a brisk wind.
Some of these were taken at a stream flowing by the ponds, with ripples from the gentle current.
The reflections of many tall, thin trees beneath the current touched by a gust of wind.
Similar part of the water but from a different angle.
One of my favorites with the tree branches beautifully "swirled" by the current.
Many trees surround this pond, taken on a blustering day.
Yes, this too is of trees reflected on one of the ponds and another blustery day.
Different angle, different blustery day, though similar, none ever the same.
There was a current here that seems to twist the trees to it's will.
Five different trees overhang this small pond, taken on a very calm day.
That was a rainy day.
The other photographs are all looking down, this one is a view across the pond — with a nice tree in the way.