Greens, yellows and reds are all highlighted by the blue sky in these autumn trees. These photographs will all look much better when clicked on to enlarge!
A light fall snow on a wooden boardwalk exaggerates late afternoon shadows and footprints.
Seaweed and algae growing on these shoreline tidepools take on an almost primordial appearance. One can almost see original life beginning here.
Paving stones, some faded, some holding their shades.
A ground full of autumn leaves of every hue, shape, and size.
A strict grid of granite pavers is really fairly loose in structure when seen up close.
Snow bearing down on an ornamental grass creates swirls and whirls.
Tiny seashells form an entire section of beach. There is sand under there somewhere!
Lambs' ears "weeds" were once used as bandages and antiseptics in colonial times.
Crushed oyster shells are used in many shoreline walkways, patios and even driveways.
Another Connecticut day ends as these puffy clouds roll in. What do you see?