King Phillip’s Cave, White Trail, Greeley Pond   2 comments

It’s a little sobering how little I have explored of Sharon’s trail system.  I pushed a little bit today, going up to Greeley Pond in the King Phillip’s Cave area, and was happy for the walk on a nice crisp December afternoon and evening.

The long shadows and subdued hues of this season lend themselves well to black and white photos.  You may see plenty of them in this set!

I take a lot of this photos of this particular stand of bark and undergrowth, hoping to capture the impact.

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This burnt log had moss growing on it, and the green on black was irresistible.

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Late afternoon winter light:

 

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A little pond freezing:

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The encroach of winter:

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Posted 2018-12-23 by gaurav1729 in Uncategorized

2 responses to “King Phillip’s Cave, White Trail, Greeley Pond

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