Saturday, January 08, 2011
This island is a difficult place to photograph. Most of the year, the lights and colors are more subtle than I know how to capture. But January is different. A January sunrise (about 7 am) can be spectacular ...
... as are reflections of clouds in a body of water know as Tisbury Great Pond, seen at midday.
The dry grass is more golden than brown -- would that California's hills turned such lively colors in the dry season.
This tree endures through tough winters.
Woods like this bring to mind Winnie the Pooh's 100 Aker Wood ...
... or perhaps somewhere a hobbit might hang out.
Last night a sliver of moon hung over the island. Sometimes life is better than good -- it's awesome.
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