Spent an excellent day at the excellent DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park with excellent friends. I arrived early, at least in part due to the end of daylight saving time, and I wandered the grounds, taking photos of the fall foliage, mostly looking straight up using the bluest of skies as a backdrop.
The sparser ones make me think of Van Gogh’s Almond Branches or Andy Brilliant’s snow haiku (they’re not on his portfolio site, a terrible omission), but I soon fell in love with richer colors and fuller, almost cartographic forms like these:
More photos – unedited, uncropped, unprocessed – in my flickr.
Glad you got a day off! We drove back from Woodstock.
This is my fav so far – I like the layers and stages. http://www.flickr.com/photos/limeduck/1864753583/
I also like the ones that come in from the side or the top.
Have you seen this work or blog? I think you’d like.