Tag Archives: Owens Pond
Appropriately, it is foggy this morning so I am hopeful that there is an image out there with my name on it. But for now there is this memory with my name on it.
One of my favorites from Owens Pond. Sorting through some images that I am considering for a submission.
As I loaded my bag and tripod into the Forester yesterday morning, I glanced up at the sky and saw a bright warm glow at the edge of the horizon. Although covering the sky, the stratocumulus (I think) clouds were … Continue reading
The pre-sunrise period of dawn is usually when the best color happens. Not much of that occurred on May 19, but what follows sunrise is called “golden hour” for a reason. No mystery about the subject here. Just more of … Continue reading
My goal with the vacation was to spend as much time as possible in the Quabbin watershed and, with a one day exception, that is just what I did. Here is one of a couple of images from that one … Continue reading
Another day with few words.
Here’s the last of my burst of yellow flower posts from Owens Pond…for now. Partridge-pea (Cassia fasciculata) resembles a sensitive plant and I’ve read that the leaves are a little bit sensitive, but I haven’t experienced that…the plant’s sensitivity, I … Continue reading
Living up to its name, we are seeing the Common Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) in many places where human activity has disturbed the soil. Their stalk can be as tall or taller than I am (5’11″…used to be 6’…I’m shrinking) … Continue reading