Tag Archives: intimate landscape
While at Moosehorn Pond on the same day as the previous water-lily shot, I captured a couple of pads with nice water drops that accumulated during the rain just prior to my arrival. I picked out a couple with some … Continue reading
Sensitive Fern-Onoclea sensibilis Also done on “Green Day” but tossed the color.
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
This brook only flows after a rainy day, or heavy snow melt, so I was lucky to be in Quabbin Park on a gentle rainy day while it was running strong. And, of course, a little natural saturation aids the … Continue reading
I don’t think I’ll be posting quite as many of these as I do of the Painted Trilliums, but I guess it depends on how many I come across. These are on another private property location shared with me by … Continue reading
There is a little brook that only flows in the spring along Ware-Enfield Road in Quabbin Park. It is dry, or almost so, most of the year. But after a rain or a good spring melt, if we’ve had a … Continue reading
In case you’ve been wondering, those tulips that were shot in the snow last week seem none the worse for the weather after the snow melted and sunshine returned. We’ve had cool weather since then which is why they probably still … Continue reading
Mountain Laurel branches develop some nice shape. Although dead, I liked the curves combined with the stump. Last year was a downer for Mountain Laurel flowers. The year before was glorious and I am hoping for a rebound this year.
Another shot from the Quabbin Park seep as the skunk cabbage buds start to swell.