Category Archives: Abstract
Another from a good day at Dean Brook. This is a companion to this image that I posted last year which was located in the lower right here. Not quite as organized but plenty to immerse in.
What do you do when waiting for the sun to rise above the tree line to illuminate the foliage?
I’ll share two versions of one image. Actually it is one version but rotated for the second. I’ve shared images of Carter Pond and this one feature which offers some abstract compositions previously. But in reviewing old files I decided … Continue reading
Yesterday I really didn’t have anything special in mind as I headed out so drove over to Quabbin Park. It is not opening until 7 now so a sunrise there was not possible but the sky was mostly overcast so … Continue reading
I visited North Common Meadow, a Trustees of Reservations property in Petersham, MA this morning. The temp was cool and not a lot was happening. However, I saw this cattail stem and a leaf along with a couple of others … Continue reading
While walking in Bear Swamp last week looking for orchids, I came across a Striped Maple aka Goosefoot Maple-Acer pensylvanicum, just about a foot tall and laying on the ground. It was near the entrance and I guess that possibly … Continue reading
A little abstract fungus something on a warm sunny day in New England. Ganoderma tsugae, along with G. lucidum, are herbal mushrooms used for a variety of applications. I am not an herbalist or a mycologist so that’s all I … Continue reading
For all you Spring foliage lovers. 🙂