Category Archives: Intimate Landscape
There is a little brook that only flows in the spring along Ware-Enfield Road in Quabbin Park. It is dry, or almost so, most of the year. But after a rain or a good spring melt, if we’ve had a … Continue reading
I mentioned the other day when sharing the collapsed barn that I would go back, I hoped, to shoot it again with a moody cloudy sky. I was able to do that last Friday as we were having intermittent showers … Continue reading
One of my favorite trees in the North Quabbin area. I’ve photographed this location several times including autumn which is quite the opposite of this. The feeling this morning was just as reserved as it appears although the camera did … Continue reading
Mountain Laurel branches develop some nice shape. Although dead, I liked the curves combined with the stump. Last year was a downer for Mountain Laurel flowers. The year before was glorious and I am hoping for a rebound this year.
Another shot from the Quabbin Park seep as the skunk cabbage buds start to swell.
Besides the leaves under glass this seep also hosts skunk cabbage-Symplocarpus foetidus which I visit most years at this time. For those unfamiliar, these are the flower buds which precede leafing out and create their own heat so are often … Continue reading
There is a very large rock at the edge of the Wahconah Falls Brook downstream from the waterfall. I enjoy how it deflects the streaming flow and reflects the light off the water as well.