Monthly Archives: November 2016
I may have posted this before, but the subject of flowers in black and white came up on another photographer’s blog the other day and reminded me of a couple of images I liked in monochrome- this being one of … Continue reading
Quabbin Park Shoreline Rock and Foggy Mount Lizzie- Not feeling too chatty today…even less than usual.
This is part of a dead or dying stand of Red Pines (Sylvestres resinosa) in the Quabbin Park area. The trees were infested by Red Pine Scale (Matsucoccus resinosae) which attacks them underneath the flaky bark. It was once a lovely … Continue reading
I haven’t taken inventory, but I am pretty sure we’re drawing near the end of the foliage images for 2016…unless I make a quick trip south. Today’s photograph was captured on the way out after taking the image I posted yesterday. By … Continue reading
On the next to last day of my vacation I decided to walk the same road that yielded the “What lies beneath” image depicting our low water levels. They are still low today, but it is not that evident in … Continue reading
A landmark in New Salem, the 1794 Meetinghouse is currently an entertainment venue but has a long varied history. I have to embarrassingly admit to never having attended a concert there, although I have heard the birds greet the day … Continue reading