Clouds Over West Hartford, CT

 
 
We (Me, Susan and her Mom) were on our way from Massachusetts to Connecticut
on Saturday for my daughter’s Bridal Shower. I was driving.
And I kept looking out the window at the sky and thinking OMG.
I so wanted to stop the car on the side of the highway
and get out and start taking pictures!
Later, my brother and I went to an AMAZING photo exhibition
at Saint Joseph College in West Hartford (where he is a professor),
“Persian Visions, Contemporary Photography in Iran,”
(TRULY AMAZING/INSPIRING)
and I said before we entered the gallery, 
“Dennis, stop, I got to take photographs of the sky.”
It was quite wonderful.
See: 

Clouds Over West Hartford, CT. Photo by Bruce Barone.

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6 thoughts on “Clouds Over West Hartford, CT

  1. First, congratulations to your daughter! My father is also a photographer (did I ever tell you that?) I was lucky enough to have him take photos at my wedding (when he wasn’t walking me down the aisle).Second, this almost looks like an illustration, it’s so detailed. I’m starting to favor black and white photography. Wonderful!

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  2. dear bruce, i left a quite elaborate comment, and then it disappeared. i’m not certain what happened, but bless you and thank you for the photos. i am eastward bound, into your part of the world, for a funeral. the old guard, as we begin to change places. bless you, for your generosity and the post.xoxB

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