Tag Archives: intimate landscape

02.14.2019 Simplicity and it’s opposite

Happy Valentine’s Day to all.  I appreciate all of your likes, comments and support through the years.  Have a wonderful day. On January 27th, I visited Harvard Pond in Petersham, MA.  Yes, it and the forest surrounding are owned and … Continue reading

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02.13.2019 Crinkly Pendants and Smooth Flow

Another intimate look at some of the details along Buffam Brook on Monday morning.

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02.11.2019 Dean Brook Intimate Cascade

It’s always worth returning to certain places.  Dean Brook is one of them with variations all year long. And, of course, changes are always happening in winter. Ice softens, melts, and refreezes into new shapes.  So much of Nature is … Continue reading

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02.05.2019 Ice is Nice

A collection of a few views.

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02.03.2019 Blue Ice

As I drove along the Quabbin Spillway yesterday I noticed a large mass of ice atop a rock below the falling water. Part was blue, from being cold I guess, while the bulk was bright white. I liked the contrast … Continue reading

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02.02.2019 Hoar Frost at -2 degrees in Quabbin Park

Hoar and Rime Frosts often are confused for each other.  This is hoar frost which forms directly on something such as, in this case, a twig. Rime, which I showed back a few posts ago forms from mists, fogs, clouds, … Continue reading

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01.29.2019 Hangers On

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

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