I was out taking pictures today (it got all the way up to 40 degrees), and stopped by the stream down the hill from my house. I like the patterns and shapes the flowing water makes in the ice. This is on the West Branch of Wallenpaupack Creek in Hamlin, PA. Taken with an Olympus E-1 and 40-150mm lens.
Was wandering the woods on Tuesday, June 4th, and found a puddle along the edge of the forest; and lo and behold there sat my friend Harpo’s little buddy, Kermit. He was rather busy reducing the bug population of the area, but I convinced him to pose for me for a few shots because Harpo doesn’t have any recent pictures of him. We shared a few jokes, and a couple war stories about flying with Harpo, then I left him to his business and proceeded on my way. All in all, a good time.
I like how the warm colors of the fall foliage affected the tone of this photo.