Cabin in the woods © Steven Willard
Wouldn’t you like to have a quiet spot just big enough for one comfortable chair and a lamp to read by? Close enough to walk to easily, but far enough that you won’t be distracted by everyday stuff. No phone alllowed!
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Show us the way
Sometimes a little guidance is needed.
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Divided We Stand
Panasonic GX85 with Panasonic 15mm f1.7 lens, JPEG processed in Snapseed.
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Wait till Spring
And so it begins…
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Meeting House, Washington, Connecticut © Steven Willard
Usually when I happen by this church, the doors are closed, but this time I was fortunate enough to find them open, and even more fortunate that the time of day was providing light inside.
Olympus OM-D EM1 with 12-40mm f2.8 Pro. Processed in Snapseed.
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Roadside © Steven Willard
Roadside images are plentiful around here, I only have to “bother” to stop. This time what attracted my attention was on the other side of the road; fortunately I turned around.
Pentax KII5s, processed in Snapseed and Stackables.
Boneyard © Steven Willard
When the electric company diverts part of the Housatonic River, this part of the riverbed is exposed and accessible; you just better pay attention and not get caught when they open the floodgate!
Canon G10 processed in Snapseed.
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Little Things © Steven Willard
Sometimes it’s the little things we remember about a building. Maybe it’s the door handles, or the tile work in the bathrooms. Perhaps it’s the light switches or the cabinet pulls in the kitchen. These are the little things down at the human scale where we can touch them, and they often speak to us in ways that are more meaningful than tall columns or dramatic arches and domed ceilings. This ornate offering is a detail of a gate post I came upon in Washington, Connecticut.
OLYMPUS OMD EM1, 40-150mm f2.8 zoom, processed in PS Express and Snapseed.
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Hoop, Bridgewater, Connecticut © Steven Willard
They played till they were tired
Though none would be the first to quit.
But when they couldn’t find the ball
They didn’t look too hard for it.
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Useless, Roxbury, Connecticut © Steven Willard
Even a stopped clock
is right twice a day
A sundial in the shade
Olympus OMD EM1 with 40–150mm f2.8 zoom. Developed in Snapseed.