Sunday, November 04, 2007

Nashua Creek

Nashua Creek in Autumn, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. Click image to view larger.


Oswegan said...

This looks like a peaceful place. Is it close to where you live?


p.s. you have so many blogs, it's hard to tell which one is your main page. Is there one you post to the most?

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Hi Oswegan, thanks for your kind comment. Nashua creek is a place we often walk about a half-hour drive from home (each way!). I wish it were closer!

I apologize for all my blogs. I'd like to consolidate them somewhat but I haven't had time to do that.

This is my art blog--for my art and fine art photography and nothing else.

No Polar Coordinates is my "MASTER" and personal blog. That one is the most rounded and representative of the whole me, prolly.

Detroit Daily is prolly the one I post to most because to be part of Cityblogs, you are required to post every day, which I think is annoying. But I do post there nearly every day. The subject is always Detroit, though.


(The Unbearable Darkness of Being is where I complain.)

Mick said...

A gorgeous contrast of colors here, Mary. It's almost like a painting to me ... of course, I feel that way about photography more than some. :)

Janice C. Cartier said...

Ooh and ahhh. Wetlands. Merci beaucoup!Gorgeous.
All best, Jan

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much, Mick and Janice!

I appreciate your kind comments!


Bobbie said...

I like the overall composition almost as much as your Crawdad Hunter -- but that one tree in the background is unmatched.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much, Bobbie! YAY!