Monthly Archives: June 2015
From further back with a wider view showing some of the Wahconah Falls Brook leading away from the falls. If I get out there again, I may try to get to the other side so I can place the downstream … Continue reading
Although it was still drizzling this morning I went for the one hour ride to Dalton and Wahconah Falls State Park. It was fairly foggy in the Berkshire foothills as I approached but there wasn’t a lot in the gorge … Continue reading
As predicted, for a change, we had a full day rain event. In between showers I got out in the yard and found a couple of subjects I liked. Virginia Spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana v.alba) And Daisy Fleabane (Erigeron annuus).
We are due for some serious rain tomorrow so I wanted to be sure to get out today. But for some reason I couldn’t fall asleep last night and felt pretty hammered when waking this morning a little before 4. … Continue reading
We are almost always graced with a few eastern cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus) living in the yard. There are several this year and this guy was particularly accommodating. I had been walking around the yard with my 100 macro and flash … Continue reading
I think portrait format is the way to go here. 🙂 This was my last image before leaving Gate 30 in New Salem on Monday and heading off to Froggy’s pond in Petersham. To be imperfectly Steve, I think I … Continue reading
This is a green frog…yep, it is green and it is a green frog (Lithobates clamitans). 🙂