Tag Archives: landscape
Once again I visited another favorite location on Saturday after visiting Quabbin Park. I’m a regular at a lot of places. Owens Pond is just a few miles from the house here in town and I’ve posted quite a few … Continue reading
I’ve photographed this scene a few times. The Quabbin Spillway is behind us here as we stand on the bridge over the escaping Swift River. Even with all the rain we’ve had recently there is little water flowing over the … Continue reading
A favorite Miles Davis track.
This could be the start of something. We’ve had a few frosts in the past week but yesterday was my first opportunity to do something beside scraping the windshield. Frosted Red Oak Leaves in MacLeod Field.
Not Great Britain but The Orchards G.C. in South Hadley on a foggy morning. From a ride to work last year…iPhone through the car window.
After yesterday’s post from Dean Brook and reference to Murphy Falls, I thought I’d share this old image from 2015. Similar has appeared in portrait format back then but this is the first appearance in landscape. And of course countless … Continue reading
After spending some time enjoying the rising sun and foliage in North Quabbin, I drove through Shutesbury and down Sand Hill Road. Dean Brook runs alongside and, as you’ve seen before, over a little waterfall that I call Murphy Falls. … Continue reading
North Quabbin at Sunrise looking toward New Hampshire and Pack Monadnock Mountain. Our foliage is winding down, but this view up the valley from New Salem Lookout is always a bit later than most of our area for color. I … Continue reading
A few moments after shooting “A Piece of Sky” on the 17th I looked down in the valley and saw this small area of foggy pines. North Quabbin is often filled with ground fog and the possibilities are varied depending … Continue reading