The photography group I belong to meets tomorrow evening. At our last meeting, we decided on the subject “Rust” as our assignment. Personally, I think rust is a terrific photographic subject, but it’s not always so easy to find a good supply of rust. Sooooo, in September, I got in touch with my daughter, Carrie, and asked her if she wanted to take a little ride out to Goshen, Massachusetts, to Three Sisters Sanctuary because I knew that I could find rust there.
SPOILER ALERT! If you are a member of the Massasoit Art Guild Photo Group, you’re going to be seeing these shots tomorrow night. Just so you know.
This shot is not of rust, per se, but there is a rusty fence in the background.
I have to recommend Three Sisters Sanctuary as a cool place to wander around. There is much more to it than a lot of rust. It’s billed as a place “where nature and art are joined” and is the brain child of environmental artist Richard M. Richardson. Here’s a link to the web-site: Three Sisters Sanctuary. If you find yourself near Goshen, Massachusetts, you should stop in.