Category Archives: Quabbin
There wasn’t much evidence of fog during my ride to New Salem this morning. But the NOAA site said there would be some and, sure enough, they were right. Just in the valleys but that allowed for some nice landscape … Continue reading
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
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
One thing I have struggled with is matching a shot from the iPhone that I processed in Snapseed and one from the 5D Mark IV in Photoshop. I often snap something with the phone to get a sense of the … Continue reading
Just a bit of ground fog over Harvard Pond but with a starburst and a hint of color in the sky. The Water was fairly calm although earlier a beaver caused a few ripples. It won’t be long before I … Continue reading
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