Tag Archives: Atkins Reservoir
There is a wooded area in Amherst where I can reliably, usually, find both pink and white lady’s slippers around this time in May. Sure enough there were plenty of pinks to photograph yesterday but so far not a single … Continue reading
Another day, another overcast sky. Fortunately, in this location the hemlocks and pines are taller than the deciduous trees so I was able to crop the panorama and eliminate the white sky. Click through to see a much larger view. … Continue reading
Just a small shoreline treed sandbar that maintained some colorful leaves at Atkins Reservoir in North Amherst one day last weekend. It’s brighter seen large.
Continuing with the reprocessing. A nice February flashback.
Just the oak leaves retain a bit of ruddiness in this otherwise monochrome foggy landscape at Atkins Reservoir in North Amherst. I would have preferred a slightly thicker fog to hide the posts in the background but otherwise like the … Continue reading
Before walking in to photograph the lady’s slippers on Tuesday, I spent some time enjoying the fog hanging over the water at Atkins Reservoir. It was comfortably cool after Monday’s 80°+ and the water vapor was rising as I watched. … Continue reading
Here are a couple of Pink Lady’s Slippers – Cypripedium acaule for starters. I visited a spot where they can always, so far, be found and they did not disappoint. This was actually my last composition but it is here first … Continue reading