Category Archives: Western Massachusetts
During the winter months capturing flowing water beneath, beside, or surrounded by ice is one of my main interests. The shaping of water as it freezes compared to the softness of water as it flow always attracts me.
I mentioned this cascade the other day in response to the weave in the Murphy Falls image. Ten years ago but it seems like only nine. 🙂
A bit earlier than yesterday’s frosty starburst, Mount Pollux was still seeing some of the freezing fog that accompanied the frigid temperatures. In the distance the fog is thinning and the treeline is receiving the hints of sunrise. There are … Continue reading
Yesterday started out below zero This morning is above freezing with ice melting and rain in the forecast with the possibility of 50’s or even 60°. Flooding is a possibility too. I have quite a backlog of keywording and archiving … Continue reading
I know I’ve shared many images of Murphy Falls aka one of the Dean Brook Cascades. Each time it’s a little different, either the conditions or my interpretation. It wasn’t that cold although it looks so. Comparatively balmy, 24°F/-04.5°C compared … Continue reading
Snow smoke! Folks who live near large bodies of water will often see sea smoke which is more or less the same thing. Yesterday morning was pretty chilly. After a snowfall that lasted from Sunday evening until Tuesday morning with … Continue reading