WARREN CONNECTICUT – This time of year there’s a transformation here. Foliage in the course of little more than a month has pressed in on us inducing a sense of claustrophobia. A few weeks ago the foliage was sparse and still bearing marks of winter damage. This is full on summer, with a lovely Kousa captured with my Leica M10P.
Day 3522 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – We’re way out here in the sticks so our design philosophy for our “garden” is that it should rely mainly on native species, and should naturalize, or at least look naturalized. Here’s a path in the front of the house. In tagging this entry I realized that while I tag landscapes “winter”, “spring” and “autumn”, I rarely tag them “summer”, perhaps because I think that summer is the base case, not worth mentioning. Actually that’s not the case, summer is a relatively short, lovely season here, worthy of note. Shot with my Leica M10.
Day 3515 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
On this date five years ago (day 1689 of one photo every day): Allum. Similar treatment of a similar subject. That’s what’s happening this time of year.