I do not have all the pictures I took from January 2022 in the data base yet. However, I need to start just looking through everything so I can get an inspiration for the new program I need to put together.
From January 2022, I've chosen what I think are the 8 best pictures to share again. I am calling them "best," not because they necessarily tell the story best, but because I think they are simply the best actual photographs. I've left them full size, so you can click on them and see them larger. That always makes photos look better. I don't think there are as many really good pictures from January as some other months. There were too many foggy, rainy, overcast days which did not offer good light to work with.
But the fog helped this picture to be interesting. This is the reflection of a bridge in Delphos, OH. All of January was spent in Ohio.
The next picture was taken about two minutes later. Part of the Miami Erie Canal through Delphos is still watered and the banks tended.
Almost anywhere in Ohio there are interesting contrasts between the bare sycamore trees with very white bark and whatever is in the background.
Turning the corner to head east in southern Ohio, this is a view from Bat Roost Road across the Ohio River into Kentucky.
I just loved this tiny cabin tucked beneath a frosty tree. Of course the red roof "makes it."
As I recall, this was our coldest morning at something below zero. But the sun was out. Magical!
Another reflection. More sycamore. I'm a complete sucker for bare roots doing their thing.
This last one really leads me on. Winter, real winter, ahead. You can't see what's on the other side of the rise...
One of the things I learned today is that I have not killed all the biting ants in the rock garden yet. Nice surprise ahead tomorrow. Stay tuned.
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