Tag Archives: North Quabbin
Here’s a little cutie sporting the last vestige of its polliwog tail. The tympanum is just forming and looks small enough to indicate a young lady but I guess that could change with maturity. The supply of frogs to photograph … Continue reading
I found this guy hanging around in Moosehorn Pond a while back. Although I don’t think he was actually gripping the twig it does appear that way and a bit menacing as well. 🙂 I’ll be taking a blogging break … Continue reading
Sure looks like that’s what he’s thinking. Flies for Frogs Universal said my order had shipped but apparently not in time for this little guy. Bummer!
11+ years and lots of photography. Thanks to everyone who has followed my blog during all these years and posts. I appreciate your interest, likes, and comments. This is a location in New Salem, MA that I visit often. Saw … Continue reading
A quick post for those who are not bug fans and completion of the Two-fer. While looking for a specific flower that I mentioned yesterday, I came across this Closed Gentian-Gentiana clausa growing at Glauco Pond. This was made shortly … Continue reading
Henri gave us a break for most of the morning o there were a few hours for some photography. I’ve looked at these trees for a number of visits to the sunrise lookout and liked the light on this particular … Continue reading
Although I was just there on Saturday and there are so many places to visit, I decided to return to Moosehorn Pond this morning. I have wanted to photograph a particular flower, Marsh St. Johnswort, for a few years and … Continue reading
Yes, I counted them.
Bullfrog on a pad…sort of. These guys are always smiling although it often seems a wry smile. I should start bringing a bag of flies with me.
I was just about to leave Moosehorn Pond last Saturday when I spotted this Eastern Painted Turtle-Chrysemys picta picta enjoying some relaxing time on a log. I spoiled it by stopping to photograph her and after a few exposures down she … Continue reading