Sunday, December 7, 2014
The Red Haze
This is a photograph of Scudder's Pond, which was recently restored. Most of the Phragmites were excavated and removed because they are considered an "invasive species." And the pond was dredged, and replanted around the edges with native plants. The pond has been looking pretty bare for the last six months. But wildlife is starting to return, and these trees have changed color with the coming of Fall. I love how subtle this scene is, with the leaves only adding a faint red haze to the scene.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 9:55 PM