I’ve been photographing ponds and wetlands both here and in Massachusetts recently – new work with a common thread. In a few days I’ll be posting images from a trip up to the Quabbin woods (in central MA) – along with new pieces from the Long Pond Greenbelt in Sag Harbor. The three images above are from home in East Hampton, specifically from the part of town known as Northwest – an area with a number of wetlands and kettle holes accessible by foot. In this group I kept the placement of the horizon the same for each image. This pond, on an overcast day in the Fall can take on the look of a tapestry – stitched, as it were, with Pitch Pine, Water Lily, Blueberry and Red Maple.