As we ascended beyond 13,000 feet, the air became noticeably thin. And so the story might go if this had not in fact been an eight foot snow pile along the side of the road. Proving that without reference, scale is very difficult to assess.
Nikon D610, 1/60 second at f/16, ISO 100, 32 mm (17-35 mm f2.8) - 1105
It amazes me sometimes how beautiful simplicity can be. A plain white facade with a few features of color is all you need. It is not of my faith, but this particular church holds a special place in our hearts and has for a long time. It isn't the building or the architecture. It is the man behind the pulpit who gives the building life and meaning. These days, in his light, we are all better versions of ourselves.
Nikon D610, 4 seconds at f/16, ISO 3200, 22mm (17-35mm f2.8) - 1034
Today was a warm day and it melted into the night. It was 35° with a light breeze when I found time to spend an hour taking pictures seven flights up from all four corners of a parking garage. I did have to navigate the 8 foot drifts that were pushed to the edge but that made it all the more exciting. I love the colors of night, so vibrant and crisp. There are many landmarks in view here looking southwest from Worcester center.
Nikon D610, 20 seconds at f/16, ISO 100, 28mm (17-35mm f2.8) - 100
Although not two peas in a pod, it seems that ego's aside, a little tenderness can go along way in making peace work. Beautiful in their own right, their differences should not preclude them from sharing the limelight together.
Nikon D610, 1/125 second at f/8, ISO 100, 105mm - 0965
The clouds today gave us a sign in New England that things are once again changing. Gone is the arctic blandness of a cloudless sky. Winds gusting to 45 miles an hour made the snow from last night last all day but was tempered with temperatures near 30°. Glorious!
Nikon D610, 1/00 second at f/22, ISO 100, 48mm (28-300mm) - 0879
A tradition, especially on a Sunday in winter, is the pouring of the evening wine in the afternoon. Today, I was assisted by my Grandson Tyler so that I could take this shot... Oh hell, where is my glass.
Nikon D610, 1/45 second at f/9.5, ISO 100, 78 mm, (28-300mm) - 0676
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts. I take photographs almost every day. I will post my favorites here.