Tag Archives: North Quabbin Shoreline
I may be stretching things a bit but a reflection is sort of a photographic palindrome..or not. 🙂
Before finding the blue curls yesterday, I walked a bit of Gate 35, Old North Main Street in the disenfranchised former town of Dana, Massachusetts-one of the four towns flooded to create the Quabbin Reservoir. It’s one of my favorite … Continue reading
The scenery was so quiet and peaceful that even now I have no words.
I haven’t taken inventory, but I am pretty sure we’re drawing near the end of the foliage images for 2016…unless I make a quick trip south. Today’s photograph was captured on the way out after taking the image I posted yesterday. By … Continue reading
On the next to last day of my vacation I decided to walk the same road that yielded the “What lies beneath” image depicting our low water levels. They are still low today, but it is not that evident in … Continue reading