Sunday morning reflections make wonderful Monday morning posts, don’t you agree?
I went out on a photoshoot early Sunday morning. No need to worry about social distancing at 6:00 AM on a Sunday. It takes care of itself.
My first stop was Harrisville, NH, a former milltown with colorful old brick buildings and period architecture. It’s odd but only a couple of images that I made feature the brick buildings. I did get a number of nice photographs of other spots in the town including this reflection in the mill pond.
Driving on backroads to my second shoot location, I spotted a face sticking out of the woods. It was a black bear. Judging from its size and curiosity as it crossed the road, I would guess it was relatively young, maybe a yearling. I pulled over and watched it cross the road. Sorry, no photos.
The second location shoot was a covered bridge. I’m slowly crossing the numerous covered bridges in NH of off my list. This one was challenging to shoot because the riverbank didn’t offer a good vantage point to get a photograph of the side of it. Also, the light at either end wasn’t great. I’ll show you later this week how I salvaged that shoot.
My final location of the day was in our garden where my wife has some flowers in bloom.
See you tomorrow.