Walking around New York the other day the reflection possibilities were too good to pass up. These were taken with the new Canon Powershot S100 which I’m quite impressed with. The 24mm angle of view is great as are many of the small ergonomic and image rendering improvements in the camera.
Brook on Paradise Lane, Bear Mountain, Connecticut. We hiked up Bear Mountain yesterday to check out the water flow in local streams but in fact, they were all back to just a bit above normal. Just not enough drainage above this area to cause an extended heavy flow like in southern Vermont where there are hundreds of miles of rivers feeing bigger rivers.
Still, the pre-fall tree and leaf reflections were beautiful as was the top of Bear. Very clear after the big rain.
Schaghticoke ridge, Kent, Connecticut. Dave and I found a new beaver pond on a hike between Rt. 341 and Bull’s Bridge on the Appalachian trail and as we walked down the edge of it I noticed some interesting reflections.
The mountain laurel are in bloom along the Appalachian trail in Connecticut. Good time to be out enjoying the pink and white colors.