Pine Swamp impressionism

Pine Swamp impressionism

West Cornwall, Connecticut. Dave and I returned to the Pine Swamp beaver ecosystem along the Appalachian Trail toward the end of the day to see if the lower light might make things more interesting and it certainly did. The trees and clouds look very different in lower light and the big sensor on the Sony RX100 didn’t hurt either. This camera definitely has some magic although as a Canon guy it’s going to take some getting used to.

I love the work of Claude Monet and many of the other French impressionists and a bit of breeze on a glassy reflective surface gives a straight reflection an impressionist feel. Well, that’s my impression of it anyway.

4 thoughts on “Pine Swamp impressionism

  1. Richard Post author

    Thanks Steve. The bigger sensor on the small camera made a nice difference here in the detail. I have no clue what I’m doing with the camera yet but if I keep it long enough I might get used to it. Man, my brain has been “Canonized.”


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