A ride to North Light and a walk to the cemetery

Yesterday I ended the afternoon with a ride to the north end of the island. This morning I walked to breakfast at the airport and returned via a Greenway Trail that ends at the cemetery near New Harbor. The weather is still cool and breezy.

It’s cloudy.  Without sun streaming in the windows, it’s time to see if I can make a photograph of one Sheila Schneider’s beautiful irises (Flight of Butterflies) before they’re gone.

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Susan C. Larkin

I am a photographer with two areas of interest. I take close-ups of plants—especially seed pods and other remnants left after the plant has flowered. I am also working on a series of photographs of ghost hands, taken wherever I might be with the camera I have with me.

9 thoughts on “A ride to North Light and a walk to the cemetery”

  1. your photos make me wish I could be there….seems idyllic

    On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 4:20 PM, Have Trike, Will Travel. wrote:

    > Susan C. Larkin posted: “Yesterday I ended the afternoon with a ride to > the north end of the island. This morning I walked to breakfast at the > airport and returned via a Greenway Trail that ends at the cemetery near > New Harbor. The weather is still cool and breezy. It’s cl” >

  2. Enjoying all your photos, Susan. Especially liked the Blue Toadflax as well, and the beautiful Beach Roses. You may have many interesting shorebirds.

  3. Wonderful, Suzy! Will you take any black and white photos of these lovely flowers or do you need lighting that only comes from your studio?

    Carry on!

    Love, Libby

    Sent from my iPhone

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