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Tag Archives: Autumn Color
Standing at Enfield Lookout in Quabbin Park on a mostly cloudy day, a shaft of sunlight burst through a gap in the clouds and lit the base of Mount Ram on fire.
Especially since it would be the one, I am pretty sure. This birch image was made a few minutes after the previous solo oak tree on Quabbin Hill and just before the oak tree in fog. They are all just … Continue reading
I paid Quabbin Park one more visit on Monday. Although I do pay repeat visits to locations I don’t usually do so for several days in a row. But the park called me hither during my vacation week with a … Continue reading
Most of our color has faded but the oaks in the distance and warm light of the rising sun breaking through a gap in the overcast showed a bit of the beauty that remains in Shutesbury and New Salem seen … Continue reading
Yesterday was another grand day of morning fog. After shooting the red oak a few minutes earlier I walked around the top of the hill and on the way back to the car noticed that there was still some … Continue reading
I’ve shot this composition a few times and may do it again, but this was the most colorful I’ve seen it over the years. When I visited Quabbin Park on Tuesday I had other views in mind. But as I … Continue reading