This image is from my early days of photography study with Carl Heilman II the famous Adirondacks photographer. Carl Heilman II is an award-winning outdoor photographer who specializes in nature panoramas, murals, and nature photography of Lake George, Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks, New York State, the Maine Coast, and Montana panoramas and photos.
A Fern leaf from my first photography workshop in the Adirondacks of New York. It was converted to black and white.
The Golden Mean And The Rule Of Thirds must have something to do with my attraction to the ferns.
June 4, 2007 In Landscapes Natures Cinnamon ferns Originally uploaded by Louis Dallara CAMPFIRE, EVENING “Do you see the fire glow on my ice smoothed slab, and on my two ferns and the robust and grass panicles? And do you hear that?
April 24, 2010 “We might expect… in the summer of the ‘great year,’ which we are now considering, that there would be a great predominance of tree-ferns and plants allied to the palms and arborescent grasses in the isles…
“Do you see the fire glow on my ice smoothed slab, and on my two ferns and the rubus and grass panicles? And do you hear how sweet a sleepsong the fall and cascades are singing?”
From my front yard, how lucky I am.
CINNAMON FERNS IN BLACK AND WHITE
June 21, 2019 In Flowers, Nature had a spare moment before mediation yesterday and decided to spend it walking in the woods at some unknown location and take some photographs. It was a please experience to observe all the flooded woodlands. Mother nature can sure be messy. Enjoy, and please leave comments. Thanks