Tag Archives: North Quabbin
03.17.2023 Foggy Fall Foliage Fog Friday
03.11.2023 Not sure but I think so
I’ve had this file and three others in the catalogue since spring of 2020. Never quite sure what to do with it. Sometimes it is best with most any image to let it sit for awhile until you are ready … Continue reading
02.24.2023 Fog Friday
A pine tree and friends adorning a leftover sand heap in North Quabbin. During the construction/destruction of the reservoir and four towns that were disenfranchised, piles of sand and rocks were left along the shoreline. With trees, shrubs and other … Continue reading
I have yet to read an explanation of just exactly how these ice pendants are formed. It would seem that the water somehow rises from that moving below, either by splashing or humidity over the brook starting at the branch … Continue reading
02.10.2023 Not Quite the Racetrack PLaya
I guess I could fib and say I visited the Racetrack Playa with the roaming rocks in Death Valley based on sharing this image. But I’ve not been there at all. Instead I found these nice mud cracks at North … Continue reading
02.03.2023 North Quabbin 2004
Old tech ain’t too shabby. This was made with the Canon 10D, my first digital camera shortly after I made the switch from film thanks to Kodak destroying a box of transparencies from a trip to Acadia.
01.29.2023 Silent Sunday…Ice Bats in their Bat Cave
01.28.2023 Point Curve
01.26.2023 More WInter Brrrrrrs
Interpretations welcomed. This reminded me of the intrusions one finds in rocks. 2019 was a very good year for ice abstracts.
01.24.2023 Nature’s Frozen Chaos
Open to interpretations….