Monthly Archives: November 2015
Weather predictions are guesswork at best for my money. The first thing I do when I wake is check the current forecast on my Kindle at bedside. Yesterday the guess was clear skies and sunny. Sunny did eventually happen. but … Continue reading
While waiting in the dark last night, I made an image of the Earth’s shadow below the Belt of Venus. As time went by, I realized that the buckle I was hoping for on the belt wasn’t going to happen. … Continue reading
One more moody image from yesterday morning at the Quabbin. That is Mount Lizzie behind the pines and, of course, the overlapping hills on the right. If you are wondering about the title, it comes from one of my favorite … Continue reading
Color…Fog…Color…Fog…what’s next? 🙂 We started with a drizzle and overcast with scattered fog. One place it scattered was over the Quabbin Reservoir. Yesterday’s brilliant sunrise was just a memory today. Nice one, though. I may have mentioned before that I … Continue reading
Today was another of those curious day’s with a sky that was fairly inscrutable. Some stars here, but lots of clouds too. The horizon looked like it would be another of those days where a cloud bank buries the eastern … Continue reading
Most of my images of Atherton Brook, which is inside Quabbin’s Gate 15 in Shutesbury, are of cascades. Following to the end of the road gets us to the mouth of the brook and the reservoir with this little sand … Continue reading
Sorry…I’ve nothing to say today. This image will have to do the talking for me which is almost always a wiser choice.