Tag Archives: Norwottuck Rail Trail
A friend told me where to find some Yellow Lady’s Slippers closer to home than where I usually go to find them. But…she told me about them last Sunday and she had seen them the Tuesday before. So I was … Continue reading
Yesterday was a foggy start to the day and I did shoot some landscapes but nothing exciting, I don’t think…we’ll see…and the orange sun never did burn through the clouds which was my hope as I stood in a soaking … Continue reading
I am always bemused by frogs and their seemingly calm expression as they sit or float, occasionally giving up a croak. Is that to attract a mate? To express dominance? To claim their own space? Does he have the blues? … Continue reading
Well, not really “a day” but I’m feeling quiet tonight. Another Meadow-bottle Gentian I was told about by a FB friend. The more red/purple blooms are a bit different than any I’ve seen before.
The last day of May started out with just the right amount of atmosphere.
It was pretty chilly Saturday morning, so I was surprised to hear some croaking in Poor Farm Swamp. I believe this is a female. The vocal sac never expanded while I was watching so I can’t be sure, but a … Continue reading
That was a quick April. Time’s flying by. Monday morning, as I mentioned yesterday, I walked part of the Norwottuck Rail Trail here in Amherst. I had visions of this view in my head but with all the low-lying fog … Continue reading
A while back a few of us had a blog friend named Office Diva. She dropped out of sight for personal reasons. But whenever I see a Green Heron (Butorides virescens) or make a photograph of one I am … Continue reading
Just kinda, a little, but not very old. I had a total lack of motivation this morning. Wandered around a bit, but then decided it was OK to take a day off. Besides, today was seal the driveway day after … Continue reading