01.03.2016 Looking down Quabbin Valley.

I drove around to a few locations at the north end of the Quabbin Valley this morning and finally settled in this spot which I’ve shot from in autumn.  The sun never rises southerly enough to really light up the reservoir at dawn, but does give some nice color to the south.

Quabbin-Valley-from-Lovers-Lane-010316-700WebThe other day I mentioned that WP no longer tells me what number post I have just published, but I can look at all posts and that tells me that this is number 620 since inception.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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23 Responses to 01.03.2016 Looking down Quabbin Valley.

  1. I like all the subtle gradation of color in the bands that run across the photograph.

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  2. Really nice. A subtle study in pastel. Our new place is nestled into the woods. We can see a bit of sky to the southeast but our view of sunset is obscured by trees. Looks like I’ll have to search for some better vantage points … you seem to have a limitless number. D

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  3. Andrew says:

    I can’t say it better than Mr Schwartzman.

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  4. Wow. I love the light on the reservoir. Beautiful capture, Steve.

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  5. Just beautiful with the graduations of layers. Actually an interesting photo with all the layers having a different hue.

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  6. Gallivanta says:

    If I ignore that slight tinge of pink, I can say 620 is a blue..ty. Otherwise, I will just say 620 is a beauty.

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  7. shoreacres says:

    I especially liked the largest view, as the green of the trees became more obvious. My favorite detail is the thin cloud line paralleling the ridge. It’s so delicate.

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    • Thanks for clicking through to the large view, Linda. Landscapes should be seen large or at least most. I agree about the cloud. I think it adds a little interest without demanding all the attention.

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  8. tomwhelan says:

    Lovely colors and soft lines. 620? Way more than I’ve posted!

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  9. No quibble with the Quabbin blues! I love how I can just pick out the trees in silhouette.

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