Tag Archives: Quabbin Park
I have never seen the frost curls with this plant in the autumn as another species with the same name puts forth. I regularly find the flowers in Quabbin Park and these get mowed down with the grass once flowering … Continue reading
When I am walking along this road I often look at the “guard” rocks that keep us from driving onto the grounds and sometimes find interesting patterns which have been subjects of previous posts. I haven’t ID’d the lichen yet … Continue reading
This brook only flows after a rainy day, or heavy snow melt, so I was lucky to be in Quabbin Park on a gentle rainy day while it was running strong. And, of course, a little natural saturation aids the … Continue reading
Driving through Quabbin Park, I noticed a large patch of purple by the side of the road, parked, and walked to the spot where dozens of Viola pedata were growing. I love the shape of these flowers and the variety … Continue reading
There is a little brook that only flows in the spring along Ware-Enfield Road in Quabbin Park. It is dry, or almost so, most of the year. But after a rain or a good spring melt, if we’ve had a … Continue reading
One thing I have struggled with is matching a shot from the iPhone that I processed in Snapseed and one from the 5D Mark IV in Photoshop. I often snap something with the phone to get a sense of the … Continue reading
Another shot from the Quabbin Park seep as the skunk cabbage buds start to swell.