Black and White photography is often referred to as Monochrome or Gray Scale. Sunday was a Gray Scale day at Quabbin.
When processing these, it is tempting to find a white and black point for ample contrast, but too much contrast would make this lose the feel of the fog which was floating through the cove in Quabbin Park. Hidden from view to the left is Goodnough Dike, one of the two dams which hold back the Swift River creating the reservoir. Elsewhere is Winsor Dam.
Looking northward from the cove which is the site of the submerged former Morton Pond, Mount Lizzie is hidden in the thick fog. Past the rocks in the mid-ground is a second cove which is the scene captured earlier in the autumn.