I’ve often admired our woodlands filled with spring white provided by the mountain laurels. Some years are more prolific than others and this has been one of those years. Their bloom is winding down, but for a couple of weeks you could travel to different locations and find them at their peak which, for the most part, has now passed.
This past Sunday I returned to Hawley Reservoir in Pelham (part of Amherst’s water supply) to make one more image of the reflections there. I like making reflection images that create interesting patterns.
There are moose in this area and maybe I’ll get lucky some early morning to see one wading here. I drive by often on the way to North Quabbin so there’s always that possibility. They are sometimes visible near dawn nibbling foliage along Route 202.
I’ll be back this autumn for fall color reflections.