Monthly Archives: April 2012

04.30.2012 Wild Red Columbine

I usually go to the ledges in Sunderland to find these growing at eye level.  But getting them to sit still is pretty frustrating on a ledge.  I knew these were also growing along the Spillway at Quabbin Park so … Continue reading

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04.25.2012 Atherton Brook

Here are another couple of images from what is one of my favorite places to repeatedly visit.  The water flows change and the time of year allows for a different feeling to the place.  Whatever the feeling, it always has … Continue reading

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04.19.2012 Bluets Three Ways

Every Spring, I am eager to get out and visit my favorite spots around here.  There are so many wonderful Spring ephemerals and I wait all winter for their return.  One has to act quickly as they are termed ephemeral … Continue reading

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04.17.2012 The stigma of Bloodroot.

Not a lot to say about this image…so a little fun with a word of more than one meaning.

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04.14.2012 Seeing the Unseen

Ama Dablam in the moonlight by Alister Benn. I have always admired photographs of the night sky, but until a short time ago had not realized just what the night can look like in a well-crafted image.  I have never … Continue reading

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