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I’ve got to get better at labeling my photos but this was indeed the 16th photo that I saved after a quick photo walk through the office park in Woburn, MA.  It is a tight image of a small pool of water in a field.  The sun was shining bright but then a cloud passed over.

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A few images from a return visit to a field in Woburn, Massachusetts.

A very small field in an office park with an amazing variety of wildlife present.

I wasn’t set up to photograph the birds (or record their symphony of birdsong) though I kept catching flashes of bright orange, red, black and gold feathers.

As always, I scared a few rabbits deeper into the underbrush.

No hawks this time or foxes.

In the end …

I mostly focused on the landscape.

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Thanks to all of the folks who have been encouraging me to enlarge my photographs.  I did so with a print of “Evening Light” and I’m happy to share that it has found a new home at Rockland Street Elderly Housing in Roxbury, Massachusetts.  The 18″ x 24″ framed print will hang with many other pieces selected by the senior center with the aid of The Art Connection, a nonprofit organization connecting artists and donors to community service organizations through the placement of original art.  But … please do keep in mind that I love my postcards, notecards and small prints that can be slipped into an envelope.  So if you’d like a “little evening light” in your home, there are blank cards available here.  Have a good rest of the week, folks. 😉

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There is poetry among these branches of the oak tree, with their few remaining leaves that are quite red in the full light of noon but in the wee hours of morn they are dark shadows fluttering like the wings of moths or butterflies, and then there’s that backdrop of a sky transforming from rosy dawn to bluest day.  Poetry, indeed.  I’m just not sure where the words are hiding.  In some nook or cranny perhaps just waiting to unfurl …

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