Check out these images from my online friend Robin EL-Hachem. Nature is so Beautiful!
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My first gallery on Imagekind! This will be an assortment of images for the time being until I get my bearings in here ;) I hope you enjoy!
Another scene from a photo taken in New Hampshire during the spring. We always search out the untrod roads and sometimes we luck out! This was just a spectacular sight and the day was a perfect one.
Fan palms in Thailand. The first time I saw these I was taken aback by their tremendous size and beauty. This is a digital watercolor with some yellow highlights as I liked the color combination ;) I hope you enjoy!
I had fun with this picture! SO different from it’s original image but I really loved the colors and form of this version, it’s exciting!! The sun bursts through the autumn glow of the foliage brightening all it surrounds....
Beautiful cherry blossoms are always a much looked for event in spring! Delicate pink and white blossoms on the trees just make you smile when you see them. In Washington, D.C. there is a Cherry Blossom Festival held annually :)
Street entertainers are delightful and plentiful in bigger cities like Quebec. You can find jugglers, fire-eaters, singers, mimes.... I always enjoy watching them and they normally gather quite a crowd around them!
Spring in Vermont means roadside waterfalls around almost every corner when the snow melts off the mountains. You always know where they are by the line of cars on the side of the road when tourists stop with their cameras ;)
The American Black-Ducks are closely related to Mallards and share the same habitats. The oldest one on record was 26.5 years old! This particular duck was having it’s lunch at a spot on the Northern Shores of Massachusetts.
An old building with “good bones” gets a badly needed paint job. A historic town hall in Western, MA.
I’m fortunate to live in beautiful New England, the place millions of people flock to every fall to see the foliage. This shot was taken in New Hampshire, Franconia, to be exact right outside our hotel room which is nestled against a small river. In the mornings when the day begins to heat up the mist rises up off the waters producing a visual feast.
I love old buildings so imagine my surprise when hiking through an urban park and coming across this shell of what must have been an amazing piece of architecture! This gem of nostalgia is located within a park in central Massachusetts.
This is from a photo taken inside a teepee looking up. A digital rendition of a place where “visions” happen, thus change.
Located in Deschambault-Grondines, Quebec, this old presbytery (rectory) was built in 1802 and is part of the historic route that goes throughout Quebec.
This is a second image from an abandoned structure we came across while hiking in an urban park. Obviously at one point this was a magnificent building and while sad to see most of it gone I’m glad at least some of the structure remains because it strikes the imagination of how grand this once was. Located in central Massachusetts.
The ragusa, or beach, roses are found in great abundance on Cape Cod. The vibrant pink flowers set against the sandy white background blends perfectly and adds to the overall charm of the Cape and all things “beach”.
Summer mornings sometimes have a surreal kind of look, especially around bodies of water where the mist is just beginning to rise. I’ve always loved the look and am even willing to get up early (on occasion!) to see it.
Some scenes take your breath away...for me, this was one of those. Driving down a country road I came across this picture of nature re-born with all the spring greens and the wooden fence, a part of the tree trunks of old, a perfect combination of effect!