On any given year, we normally travel to West Virginia for camping of some sort in the mountains around the Seneca Rocks region. When we do so, we often explore the area by foot or car, and take photos of whatever catches our fancy — in this case, the local landscape along with some over-the-top dramatic clouds that were scudding by.
Image info: Dark Clouds Gather Ridge line — Seneca Rocks, West Virginia June 2014 Leica Tri-Elmar 16/4.0 lens Leica M240 camera
Spring is definitely upon us… we’ve gone from days where the high is 30°F, to days where the high is over 70°F in less than a week. The buds are emerging on the nearby maple trees, green shoots are already well established for the daffodils, and the snowdrops — some of our earliest bloomers — are in full cry.
This is my favorite season of the year, the time when new plant growth has a fresh and wonderful yellow-green pop to it, and we’re surrounded by colors that appear super-saturated.
Image info: Snowdrops (Galanthus) Black Rock Mill Darnestown, Maryland March 2021 Voigtländer 50/2.0 APO lens Sony a7 III digital camera