The photographs in this post were all taken in one morning. I went out early, hoping for late season butterflies in a big field near the Sudbury River. It was cold, and there was a frost down low at ankle height and dew at knee height.
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I worked from low to high, from frost to dew, finishing with the dew closeup. I wish now I’d remembered to bring a wide angle lens to capture the fall scene and the mist rising from the field. Thanks to all my readers for their comments and support – this is my 300th post. So many!