Tag Archives: foggy landscape
As I mentioned yesterday, September flew by. Pretty sure I’m not the only one who felt that way. Lots of rain and unseasonable warmth that, I hope, will produce some nice color for the October foliage show. Another thing that … Continue reading
While October has not yet arrived, just a day away though, there are bits of color to be found in small areas. Close to water is usually at the lead and that was the case with this image next to … Continue reading
From this past June
Owens Pond is a favorite spot for a couple of reasons, foggy tree reflections being the main attraction. Early Sunday morning, August 5th, I had it all to myself. Peace, quiet, tranquility.
Monday brought us a nice foggy start to the day seen earlier in Sunrise Surprise. As the fog dissipated, it still added a lot of “atmosphere” to the hike I made on Orange-Millington Road inside Quabbin’s Gate 30 (also accessible … Continue reading
Pretty thick fog in the neighborhood and all the way to New Salem I could see the fog rolling up the windshield as the aerodynamics of a moving vehicle carried it over my car. Really wasn’t expecting much as I … Continue reading