Jim Mollenauer

Great Meadows National Wildlife Sanctuary in Concord is a haven for many kinds of birds, as well as muskrats and beavers. It provides a variety of natural subjects for photography along the trails and on the Concord River.

I walk through there often (pandemics excepted) to look for subjects that are never the same twice. In this case, I found a multi-colored tapestry of fallen leaves on a small tributary of the main river. In a few spots there is a reflection of the blue sky as a counterpoint to the warm colors of the leaves, and it is all tied together by shadows of the tree branches overhead.

Yehuda Inbar - Stata Center, MIT



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