Photographs by Frank

30 April 2020

April Photos

Filed under: Early Spring,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 6:03 PM

Here it is the end of April and I have not posted any new photos since the 10th of March. Early spring is usually a slow time for me photographically, but this year given the pandemic, has been especially slow.

I have been spending much of my time thinking about and making cyanotypes and I continue to do this. I have made some new photographs in April mostly by taking a camera with me on my regular walks around the area, although I did not download any files off the camera until today.

So, here are ten photos made in April… the earliest from the 6th and the most recent from the 28th. They are displayed in chronological order below.

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Jane's Barn
Jane's Barn
Beaver Pond and Lodge (Harris Center Property on Brimstone Corner Road)
Beaver Pond and Lodge (Harris Center Property on Brimstone Corner Road)
Beaver Dam Which Creates the Pond
Beaver Dam Which Creates the Pond
Suzy's Stone Wall
Suzy's Stone Wall
Infrastructure #1 (On a Bright Sunny Day with Harsh Shadows, Photograph the Shadows!)
Infrastructure #1 (On a Bright Sunny Day with Harsh Shadows, Photograph the Shadows!)
Infrastructure #2
Infrastructure #2
Untitled (Shadow)
Untitled (Shadow)
Ice on the Road
Ice on the Road
Stone Wall in Snow (22 April)
Stone Wall in Snow (22 April)
Mill Buildings, Harrisville, NH
Mill Buildings, Harrisville, NH

1 Comment

  1. What no “camera obscura???” What happened? I do like what you have done here – especially liked the Mill Bldg. I took a walk around the Stonehill campus with my fisheye attached to my Fuji. Got some very interesting shots, Just watched a PSA video by Don toothaker on B&W Photography. He had a great presentation – lots of good comments on his technique and style.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 30 April 2020 @ 6:24 PM

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