Thursday, March 24, 2011

Early Spring Snow - Harriman State Park



We had a light snow last night. Rather than be bummed that it had been 70 degrees on Friday and it is now snowing again I headed to the park with my camera at sunup. I had the trails to myself my only company was the sound of the streams swollen with rain and melted snow. It was wonderfully peaceful. I hope these images convey to you how at peace and awed by nature I felt. After I took the images I just stood to enjoy the sights and sounds. A perfect way to start the day.

Keep Makin' Art!
Carl

4 comments:

Fluid Idleness said...

I love the first one especially. That does sound like the perfect way to start the day, find the beauty.

Dave King said...

The peace is very evident. So is the beauty of the place. You have captured the poetry and the atmosphere extremely well.

Victoria Fatum said...

yes, that first photo is really nice. The B/W speaks to winter and it's blandness, but brings out some really nice details.

Carl said...

On these HDRs I like the color and BW. I am glad I got out that morning!