Sunday April 15, 2012

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WARREN CONNECTICUT – Our Callery Pear trees, running at full throttle. These aren’t really pears – they are a distant cousin of the rose, originally from China, but now widely used as a cultivar here. They are highly valued for their symmetry and dense, long lasting foliage. This is very early for them – we’ve had a warm, dry spring. Taken with my Alpa TC, Phase One back and 32mm Rodenstock lens.

Callery Pears

Callery Pears

On this day last year: a dreaded travel day. A lounge at Newark Airport.

Continental Lounge Newark

Continental Lounge Newark