Tag Archives: Federated Women’s Clubs State Forest
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
I’ve shared a few images of winter foliage that was a surprise to some. On Sunday while driving around before yesterday’s North Quabbin image, I spent some time in the Federated Women’s Clubs State Forest looking at beeches-Fagus grandifolia. Here’s … Continue reading
Although the same species, this is not the same mushroom I posted as an abstract a while back. I went looking for woodland flowers this morning and not much was happening. They must be spent from their glory last year … Continue reading
Those who know me have heard of my admiration for Eliot Porter‘s photography and especially his Nature’s Chaos collection. When I saw this sagging tree and its reflection I thought of how chaotic the scene was and wondered if it … Continue reading
I’ve been visiting this spot for a while now and have made several wildflower images during previous Springs. But I have not been able to find a composition for a water image. Just upstream from this is a pond created … Continue reading
Going back a few weeks to September 21, I found a log being broken down by a couple of healthy colonies of Pholiota aurivella, commonly known as Golden Pholiota or Golden Waxy Cap along the road in the Federated Women’s … Continue reading
More of the poisonous white Amanitas. A nice pair. I liked the veil draped on the smaller. Young assassin. And a handsome LBM.