Mount Lizzie is one of the hills that became islands when the Quabbin was flooded back in the 1930s. For a reference, here is a link to a couple of images posted on Exploring Western Massachusetts showing it before the flooding. The shape is quite interesting and I’ve endeavored to photograph it from a few spots as part of a project, so far aimless, along the idea of Hokusai’s Views of Mount Fuji which I have mentioned in an earlier post. If you have not seen them before, click the link and then click through the images. One of my favorite bodies of artwork.
As I mentioned in yesterdays waterfall post, this is not the loveliest time of the year for landscapes. But we can still enjoy some of the scenery despite the sere conditions. I hope you like this view of Lizzie.