Oak leaves in turbulent reflection

Oak leaves in turbulent reflection

Sage’s Ravine, Sheffield, Massachusetts.

Tom and I just finished re-blazing the first few miles of the Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts and we were resting at Sage’s Ravine before turning around for home.

The fall colors were spectacular and I took a few reflection shots of the canopy in the still water of Sage’s brook when Tom’s small (and very cute) dog Scout started splashing around upstream. Initially I was irritated that my glassy reflection was ruined but then realized that the ripples would add a nice, psychedelic touch to the seen.

11 comments

  1. What wonderful tonal range, Richard. They just melt into one another. Wish I had one of those M’s. But I’m thinking it has to do with you and your post processing more than the camera. Thanks for stopping by Gwichyaa Zhee.

    1. Thanks Dave. I’ve gotten better at this kind of processing over many years and a bit better at catching water movement. Glad to see you back online again and glad to follow the new site.

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