Tag Archives: North Quabbin
I’ve been driving by a little temporary pond along Route 122 for years, always looking to see if there is a composition lurking there somewhere. I’ve never quite been happy with my efforts in winter, spring, or summer, and autumn … Continue reading
Facebook reminded me of this image that I posted a while back on this date but I don’t think I shared it here. Even if I did and it seems like I would have, this is a re-edit starting from … Continue reading
Although not one of my ride to work drivebys, this is another roadside attraction…although quite different from that in the Tom Robbins novel of the same title.
Bear’s Den has a very nice waterfall but, as with many brooks and rivers, the cascades up and downstream are attractive and offer some interest as well. A nice fall with a splash caught my eye here.
An early morning hike to the North Quabbin shoreline offered this view of drifting fog lit by the rising sun.
Although there was some color in the sky, as you saw in yesterday’s post, the overlapping hills and valleys were filled with fog and I thought that was more interesting on its own. This particular composition is similar to others … Continue reading
A favorite view re-edited.