Tag Archives: Fall Foliage
I am not positive the pond has that name, just as with the pond at Moosehorn Road. But this is in the Sweet Alice Conservation Area so I am going with that. The pond was created by the damming of … Continue reading
After photographing the sky from the New Salem Lookout this past Sunday, I drove to Harvard Pond in Petersham, just a few miles away, to check out the foliage and hoping for some of that wispy valley fog. The color … 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
The last several days have been mostly cloudy, especially in the morning when overcast has ruled the sky. But the color won’t last forever so I am making the best of it despite uninteresting skies and flat light. Owens Pond … Continue reading
By request, although I had planned to return when the color became stronger, here is a closer frame of the tree that I posted last week. I think that there are parts of the tree that could be abstract subjects … Continue reading
Viewed from the Norwottuck Railtrail.
Sounds negative, doesn’t it? Life has its stages and for plants it is all part of life. Leaves dying, falling, and decaying into their basic elements feeds a number of organisms, including their own plant’s roots and ultimately back into … Continue reading