Photographs by Steve Gingold
I am an Amherst based nature photographer with a variety of subject interests. In this case it is Mount Pollux which I visit regularly throughout the year. I especially appreciate the Holyoke Mountain Range for both its beauty and uniqueness as one of the very few that has an east-west orientation. The view from Mount Pollux is spectacular even on a less than optimum weather day. But when the sky is hosting the full moon or civil twilight it is special.
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Photographs by Bernie Kubiak
As a photographer I want to both tell and provoke stories. There’s a story I want to communicate and there’s the one, often very different, that the viewer brings to mind when looking at the photograph. Landscape is not simply about where but what the place represents and the thoughts and emotions it evokes.
Mt Pollux became one of my regular visits over the last several years, in part a response to my self-assignment to make photographs within two miles of my house and in part because the old trees seemed to stand in time and embody the Japanese concept of the beauty of imperfection and impermanence.