South Amherst Rail Trail and Swamp through the Seasons
Photographs by Sally Greenebaum
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
As a musician and photographer, I think my photography reflects my understanding and appreciation of musical forms and motifs. I like finding unsuspected patterns in the everyday – in the close relationship between things, their reflections and shadows. When not working as an Occupational Therapist, I enjoy playing my cello in the Quark Quartet and exploring the beautiful environs of the Pioneer Valley with my camera. I have previously shown my work in California, and locally in Springfield, Northampton, Easthampton, South Hadley, and Amherst. More of my work can be found at sallygreenebaumphoto.com and on Instagram @hiddenpatternsphoto.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
There is so much to see, so many colors, textures and patterns, at the beginning of the Norwottuck Rail Trail, on Station Road, in South Amherst. Throughout the seasons, the swamp and woods offer dramatic beauty as the ice and snow melt, the trees and flowers bloom, birds and animals return, the fog rolls in and out, lily pads appear, the leaves change and the snow returns. I see something different every time I walk the trail, from the overall landscape to water reflections and to minute details in tree bark. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of these photographs, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please enjoy!