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Folks are often remarking that they see different things in my images, at least the more abstract ones, and for a change I thought I’d volunteer something. The cups on an Octopus’ arms are called suckers and that’s what this … Continue reading
A collection of a few views.
By the shape it would appear that at one time these were hanging from the bottom of the fallen tree and its fungi (a polypore). Now separated, they are fortunately remaining elevated thanks to the rock they’ve clung to. Although … Continue reading
Not a fan of the artist, but definitely like the title. 🙂 We’re finally hitting the ice season. We had a few days of frigid temperatures and wind chills with some snow followed this week by warm daytime temperatures but … Continue reading
As mentioned before, it has been a long while since the Quabbin Reservoir has seen enough water to make use of the spillway which allows the overflow to rejoin the Swift River. The north of the Quabbin sees many small … Continue reading