Tag Archives: Kalmia latifolia
Yesterday morning began with thundershowers before dawn and then more later in the morning. Later for me, probably still early for most everyone else. We need the rain so no complaints. But when I visited some favorite spots for mountain … 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.
But just barely. Most of the flowers clusters now have a few browned ones so close ups were out. But yesterday I was able to re-shoot this image that I had done with the phone last weekend. It’s not exactly … Continue reading
I’ve often admired our woodlands filled with spring white provided by the mountain laurels. Some years are more prolific than others and this has been one of those years. Their bloom is winding down, but for a couple of weeks … Continue reading
What a year Mountain Laurel is having. Everywhere is loaded with abundant blooms. Driving through North Quabbin on the road to The Federated Women’s Club State Forest and Quabbin Gate 36, one can’t help but notice the woods filled thick … Continue reading
Two more views of Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia). The first was made with the 70-200 which allowed for a full frame, more or less, and some soft background blooms. The second with the 180. Now to try to find a … Continue reading
It is finally Mountain Laurel season and that was the focus for today. It started with this reflection landscape at Hawley Reservoir in Pelham. From there, the tour went to Shutesbury. Actually it was a brief tour with only two … Continue reading