Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
I often convert ice images to black and white, but not this one. Such a range of blue tones in this stream ice:
A closeup landscape of stems surrounded by snow:
A flower from a visit to a greenhouse:
A recent snowfall created a simple setting for these grasses:
The full botanical name of this flower is Calliandra haematocephala, the common name is pink puffball. It reminds me of Australian bottlebrush flowers, but it’s from elsewhere in the Pacific – I found it in a greenhouse:
Views of trees in the landscape and close up:
Fallen tulip tree leaves at Arnold Arboretum:
A patch of stream ice with contrasting dark and light sections:
I often convert ice images to black and white, but this one wasn’t converted – I guess white point on my camera was right for a neutral look.
A closeup of the center of a bougainvillea flower:
Water-drenched buds at a local greenhouse:
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