Tag Archives: Petersham
Giving the ice shots a break for a day. Here’s a reprocessed file from 2016 to warm things up a bit. One never knows exactly what to expect on a cloudy morning but if the gaps are just right the … Continue reading
The abstract I posted the other day was just to the left of this falling water. The waterfall is the result of a man made dam which helps keep the pond full. There are a few beavers but they can … Continue reading
Monochrome is not always black and white. In this case it’s tannin and white…and natural. Well, I was wrong. I went to Harvard Pond yesterday figuring the subzero cold had created some nice ice patterns for abstracts which had lasted … 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
An early morning hike to the North Quabbin shoreline offered this view of drifting fog lit by the rising sun.
with all the foliage and sunrises to choose from the past two weeks. After this image I made while waiting for the sun to light up the trees in Harvard Pond, I climbed the bank by the road and framed … Continue reading
One of my go to places in North Quabbin is the spot where the source of the West Branch of Fever Brook passes under Route 122 in Petersham. Wetlands are usually the first to turn color and this year things … Continue reading