I was getting in logs for the fire when I saw the most beautiful, setting crescent moon early in the evening a few days ago. A photographer’s work is never done and, in any case, I have a thing about the moon.
Craving snow is wishful thinking in this country but frost, that we do exceedingly well. This is how the world greeted me on this December morning. The heavy frost on the trees and in the landscape crafted a sublimely delicate and almost monochrome arrangement.
Shortly after I sat down at my desk this morning, the sun rose above the brow of Roundway Hill and created beautiful shadow patterns on the wall. The quality of the light reminded me so much of the sunny and icy January days of my childhood.