Author Archives: Marc Isolda
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda I knew when I saw the clouds coming in that there would be an opening and they would light up after the sun went down. All I needed to do was stand in one … Continue reading
Looking down from a small bridge, I couldn’t resist making an image of a barren winter tree reflected in the ice-edged pond, with the sun burning through the clouds above, turning the world upside down.
I was fascinated by the repetition of rooftop vents on this abandoned cow barn and the staunch, vine-covered chimney to the left. The decorative vent on the heating plant in the rear gave a churchlike aspect on this windswept winter day.
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda Out in the early morning looking for something to photograph, I saw there was fog in the valley and I figured the light would be nice on the lake. When I got there, this image … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda The zigzags on the stairway are for real. (For those who remember “The Outer Limits”: “Don’t adjust your vertical, don’t adjust your horizontal. For the next hour we will control all that you see … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2017 by Marc Isolda I felt sorry for the vintage planes in their snow-dusted graveyard on airport hill in Roxbury, Conn. Wheels sunk in the ground, they will never again know the thrill of flying through the clouds or feel the heat … Continue reading
Photograph copyright 2016 by Marc Isolda A drive by the lake on a warm November evening rewarded me with this magical sunset.
Photograph copyright 2016 by Marc Isolda
Photo copyright 2016 by Marc Isolda Yes, I was looking for my resident heron again and there she was. She had stopped by her local watering hole to pick up lunch to go. She must have caught wind of me because … Continue reading