A Short Walk in a New England woods


On Labor Day, my family and I flew back east to visit family in New Jersey.  We also drove up to New England for the wedding of my close friends John Weller and Cassandra Brooks.  John is a former assistant of mine here in the Yosemite area, and now has gone on to do great things, including a masterpiece of photography and writing , Great Sand Dunes National Park: Between Light and Shadow.   He is a SeaWeb Fellow and was awarded a prestigious Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation in 2009.  I am so proud to be a part of his development as an artist.

See http://www.johnbweller.com/http://lastocean-project.org/ and http://www.cassandrabrooks.com/.

The day after the wedding, we walk down a country road  for brunch in New Boston, New Hampshire, where the wedding took place.  On the short return walk, I found this images along the roadside.  With my iPhone, I a few quick frames while our group walked on.

Beauty is around us every day, everywhere, if you only slow down long enough to SEE.

Kind regards,  Bill


Hostas, New Boston, New Hampshire 2012
iPhone 4S,
1/120 second at f/2.4, ISO 100
Copyright © 2012 William Neill

Ferns, New Boston, New Hampshire 2012
iPhone 4S,
1/20 second at f/2.4, ISO 80
Copyright © 2012 William Neill

Birch, New Boston, New Hampshire 2012
Copyright © 2012 William Neill

One Response to “A Short Walk in a New England woods”

  1. Rachel Cohen says:

    Gorgeous set of images, especially love the lush ferns!! 🙂