Photopictorialism Study #14

Figure 1 - On the Marsh, Photopictorialism Study # 14. (c) DE Wolf 2016.

Figure 1 – On the Marsh, Photopictorialism Study # 14. (c) DE Wolf 2016.

My apologies for having disappeared for a few days. It has been a very busy week. So to relax I went for a walk this morning at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. The geese are in a hissy mood as you pass them The orchids are drying up now. The ferns are abundant, and I came across a large number of insect egg pods. On a mini-scale it is Invasion of the “Body Snatchers,” “Aliens,” or worse. At one point in front of one of the bunkers I came upon a literal swarm of colorful dragonflies.

The marsh is, as always, stunning and this morning I used my IPhone the capture the dead tries on the marsh against a cloudy bu azure sky. I decided that this was best done in a photopictorialist style (Figure 1) – filled with noise to mimic a painting and the bromoils of a bygone age a century ago.

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2 Comments

  1. Robyn Simmons June 9, 2016 at 5:58 pm #

    I love all your photos David! They are lovely!?????

    • David June 9, 2016 at 7:12 pm #

      Thanks so much, Robyn! You are so sweet!