Thursday, January 18, 2018

Bring Distant Points of Interest Within Close Range with the Use of this Machine

Milford, Connecticut

The twenty-five cent charge surprised me—that's what I recall public binoculars cost way back when I was a kid. They were much more common back then, seemingly at every "point of interest," but I rarely see them today. Not much would have been revealed through the mist this morning, but on a clear day it should reveal a thin strip of Long Island.


Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Blog Notes

Waterbury, Connecticut

A new "Park Walks" post over at WPII. An old park at the north end of the city of Waterbury, CT. Just click the link over in the sidebar at right to see the whole set of pictures.

Personal Touch

Torrington, Connecticut

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Milford Harbor

Milford, Connecticut

Fog and mist on The Sound, mixed rain and snow coming in; early January morning.


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Looking East, Looking West

Tyringham, Massachusetts

It's worth mentioning (not for the first time) how often it seems that when I reach an interesting place, with subject matter that shapes up into an interesting picture, there's another picture lurking in the same place. Maybe right back the other direction. That was the case here under an off and on rainy sky in early December.


Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Monday, January 08, 2018

Fruit and Flag: Plus, Blog Notes

Woodbury, Connecticut



Blog Notes: Also, there's a new addition to the Park Walks series over at WPII. Eight pictures from a stormy morning at a shoreline park, two days before Christmas. Click the waterfall picture/link over in the sidebar at right to get there.

Thursday, January 04, 2018

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Shopping Cart

Waterbury, Connecticut


UPDATE

Over at WPII (click the waterfall picture link in sidebar at right), pictures from yesterday's New Years concert by the New Baroque Soloists.

Monday, January 01, 2018

Silver Sands State Park, 12/31/17

Milford, Connecticut

13°F with lots of wind. I'd wanted to take an extended hike along the boardwalks in the interesting winter light, but it was hopeless. I'd have needed arctic gear including real face protection. So off to a frigid beginning of the new year.