Ricardo Nhuch, a drummer, uses nuances of color and touch in his work every bit as masterfully as the Venetian artist of whom this shot reminds me. Photographed at Ryles, the outstanding club in Cambridge.
Private gazebo in winter.
Kingsbury Grist Mill, Medfield
Thanks to the leadership of Dick Judge and the many hours he and a cadre of other volunteers put in, the mill has been restored to something approaching its original condition, and is a wonderful historical resource.
The steepness of the roof pitch minimized snow build up and leaks. The door was normally at the gable end, thereby avoiding the possibility of residents’ being crushed by snow dislodged from the roof.
Charles River with Pickerel Weed
The latter so named because of the fish that lurk camouflaged in its shadows. Medfield
And the Angel Spoke, Saying
Reflections on the Tuba
As with all valved wind instruments, pressing the valves alters the length of the column of air that vibrates, which in turn changes the pitch. It was Pythagoras who discovered the relationship between the two.
She Spent All Night Stringing Those Tiny Pearls
Loosestrife on the banks of the Charles. Thank you, dear Mother.
Open Air Transportation
The commonality of color in their clothing is a function simply of the women's being from the same village, rather than some other affiliation.
Rajasthan, India. Photographed during travel at the start of the monsoon, the body of water is actually the flooded street.