Category Archives: Quabbin
If only I could sing it like Barbra. Waiting for the sun to rise over a bank of clouds to the right, I liked the topmost cloud and the fog below.
Yesterday Facebook reminded me of this image from five years ago. I decided this morning, since it is raining, windy, and not a good day to be out and about, to give it a re-edit. The first thing I did … Continue reading
Yes, I counted them.
From a nice foggy morning walk in North Quabbin.
Quabbin Shoreline Tree Grotesque I had a period when I enjoyed doing pen and ink drawings and that drew me to Aubrey Beardsley. He described himself and many of his artworks as grotesque but I always found them beautifully drawn. … Continue reading
I have never seen the frost curls with this plant in the autumn as another species with the same name puts forth. I regularly find the flowers in Quabbin Park and these get mowed down with the grass once flowering … Continue reading
I considered calling this a waterfall because of its clean flow. But in reality it is water leaking through an old dam that created a pond I visit often along State Forest Road in North Quabbin. Different parts of the … Continue reading
When I am walking along this road I often look at the “guard” rocks that keep us from driving onto the grounds and sometimes find interesting patterns which have been subjects of previous posts. I haven’t ID’d the lichen yet … Continue reading
This brook only flows after a rainy day, or heavy snow melt, so I was lucky to be in Quabbin Park on a gentle rainy day while it was running strong. And, of course, a little natural saturation aids the … Continue reading