Autumn, 2014

Sometimes a landscape photograph is not always about the glamorous and spectacular but more to do with capturing a sense of place. An unusual posting from an atypical point of view while visually describing the terrain and geography of a local woods in Chestnut Hill, MA. In this photograph, I have removed the horizon line and am playing with perspective and point of view as delineated by the trees guiding the viewer's eyes from the front towards the back of the image. Along the way, we can look at the forest floor and natures haphazard design.