Tag Archives: New Salem
I shot this on November 28 and wasn’t quite sure whether it worked or not. So it sat. I’ve read that many photographers often don’t even look at their files for a while, letting some time go by so it … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving to all. Hope this day finds you nestled in the warmth and love of family, friends, neighbors, or just happy memories of holidays gone by.
After shooting the abstract in the pond, I drove down Moosehorn Road and my peripheral vision, one of the few things age has not affected, noticed a bright spot between the trees about 100 feet into the woods. This wasn’t … Continue reading
I generally post my images more or less true to reality. In this case not so much. This is exactly as I found it although there was other stuff that I did not want in the image. But this is … 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
I’ve shot this scene several times and it has appeared here a few of those. I really enjoy the lay of the land and the draw into the distance, especially on a foggy morning. Bow Brook flows out of North … Continue reading
If only I could sing it like Barbra. Waiting for the sun to rise over a bank of clouds to the right, I liked the topmost cloud and the fog below.