Monthly Archives: September 2015

09.26.2015. Mount Lizzie Framed

Experimenting with the phone…trying to post while mobile. Just an old phone snap at the Quabbin.  Guess this works, although I don’t see a way to enter keywords. Advertisements

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09.24.2015 Rutland Brook Reflection

Another from the vault…

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09.23.2015 Autumn Reflection

There is a spot along the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire that offers superb reflections of the brightly lit autumn foliage.  As well, the Kanc provides great views over much of its length and is well-visited in October. October 2, … Continue reading

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09.22.2015 Another Fringed Gentian Bud

Another from a couple of weekends ago.  I headed out in the late afternoon when I thought the Fringed Gentian would be open as it needs sunshine.  Of course, it wasn’t sunny in the face of imminent rain…which, by the … Continue reading

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09.21.2015 Scanography – Sycamore Maple Leaf

This is a post in reply to a short conversation I had with Steve Schwartzman on his blog a few days ago. Quite a few folks use a scanner as a camera, there are even scanner backs for cameras.  Rather … Continue reading

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09.20.2015 Nothing new, so something old

Just kinda, a little, but not very old.  I had a total lack of motivation this morning.  Wandered around a bit, but then decided it was OK to take a day off.  Besides, today was seal the driveway day after … Continue reading

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09.19.2015 A little of the old and a little of the new

I just went out not expecting much this morning.  As I walked in Quabbin Park, I came across some more Fern-leaved False Foxgloves (Aureolaria pedicularia).  Naturally, as a creature of habit, my first impulse was a closeup made with the … Continue reading

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