Weekly Photo Challenge: UP (2)

Two of my very favorite recent photos need no comment. In fact, I couldn’t make any comment, they just ARE — abstract designs:

First, steam rising in a sugar shack:

Steam rising while sugaring

And next, light from above makes for drama, if not for improved memory (I have no idea where this was taken!):

Letting in the Light

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10 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: UP (2)

  1. Gemma says:

    The second – It looks like under a stadium, but no matter…cool!

  2. jfb57 says:

    I love these that speak for themselves!

  3. The first one is really neat. What is a sugar shack? Beautiful photographs again Judith.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      The explanation of sugar shacks, etc., is in this post on sister blog Touch2Touch: How Sweet It Is.
      I think it appeared when you were off appearing at the recent major educational conference on prosopagnosia and related problems. More pictures there about the maples and the syrup that’s part of New England’s economy and its food culture.
      One word: YUM.

      • Thanks for directing me to this post. It was a great read and left me longing for a soft pancake drenched in some warm maple syrup this morning.

      • Touch2Touch says:

        The one bad thing about spring — well, it isn’t a BAD thing, but you really most want to have pancakes and warm syrup in COLD weather. When it starts to get warm around here, thoughts turn to spring asparagus! And that just doesn’t go with maple syrup, hard as we might try.

  4. Stef says:

    The second image reminds me of a barn. I agree, both pics are cool.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      I keep thinking it’s a barn, too — but am actually sure it isn’t. But what then, heaven only knows.
      Thanks for wading through the posts and all the comments!

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