Posts Tagged ‘scenic’

Wildflower season is upon us and here is my first post of the summer focusing on this lovely subject. These scenes include fences … often catching my attention they are an attractive and common visual element in the scenery here. Coupled with the wildflowers that offer that ‘something extra’, I felt it was a good […]


Interlude While processing my images from the Adirondacks is taking some time … please enjoy this interlude of peak autumn color. These were shot on the 3rd full day of the trip and just seemed to go together because of the colors. The mountain across Connery Pond in the first two images is Whiteface Mountain, […]


Part II – Warming Up We arrived at our first destination at Schroon Lake in the afternoon, met up with the rest of our group of six and checked into our B&B. We didn’t want to waste any time so we quickly headed out to our first location, which included a short hike to a […]


This year my husband and I celebrated Christmas a little differently by visiting our son who has been living in Colorado for about a year and a half. We flew into Durango in the southwestern part of the state and spent the first 2 nights in Cortez which is about 50 miles south of where […]


You are cordially invited to attend the opening of my virtual 2012 Gallery at: http://www.denisebush.com/photo_home.html The exhibit features 40 favorite images from 2012. Displaying my work this way has been a 1o year tradition, dating back to my digital beginnings in 2003. The pages are easy to navigate by clicking on the ‘first/next photo’ link. […]


On our last full day in West Virginia we woke up early … early enough to make the 1 hour drive up to Bear Rocks in the Dolly Sods Wilderness area for some night shooting, before the sun came up. I had a hard time getting it together in the dark, climbing around on the […]


Here are a few last scenic images from my trip to New Hampshire. On our last day just before heading back to our hotel for the last time, we received a heart-warming gift … a rainbow over the distant Presidential Range. Winding around a curve on Bear Notch Road we were immediately struck with the […]


Moving Waters

19Oct10

While in the White Mountains we spent a good percentage of our time shooting the many streams and waterfalls. With the recent rains the waters were flowing nicely over the colorful New Hampshire granite. We welcomed the clouds and light rain since it makes for the best conditions to shoot these types of scenes, eliminating […]


Here are some scenics from the remote area near the town of Pittsburg, New Hampshire up in ‘Moose Alley’. We found the two vistas by talking to locals on two separate occasions. My motto is ‘it never hurts to ask’! There was no cell service in this area and only 3 places to get a […]


Here are a few of the many photos shot near Crested Butte. The area is especially green this year because of the unusual amount of rain they have been getting. On the morning of the 10th my sister, Sandy and I got up extra early to meet Allan Ivy, owner of the Mesa RV Resort […]