Water at Camp: Photos of Long Lake

Water at Camp: Photos of Long Lake

close up water photos

Here are many (fair-weather) versions of Long Lake photographed at close range. I love the many faces of the water at Creative Arts Camp: ever-changing but always lovely!

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1 Comment

  1. Janell Fiarman 6 years ago

    Polly, I was startled to read this just after looking at your pictures of the water. It’s from Nabokov’s “speak memory”. He writes: “The undulating plump shadows of alder foliage on the water — apotheosized inkblots oversized amoebas — were rhythmically palpitating, extending and drawing in dark pseudopods which, when contracted, would break at their rounded margins into elusive and fluid macules, and these would come together again to reshape the groping terminals.”

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