Tag Archives: Quabbin
Most because it does turn to the east/right a bit at the far end. From this point all the trees appear compressed and the color more evident. Although I shared this image from 2015 in a comment to Steve yesterday, … Continue reading
It was pretty easy to get carried away with pond’s edge reflection shots. Spring has its own foliage appeal.
Asking at the Quabbin Visitor Center, I was told that the park now opens daily at 6 a.m. but yesterday whoever opened it was late. So I went a little further east to Pepper Mill Pond. It is frequented by … Continue reading
A 20 minute drive up Route 202 into New Salem got me to the overlook just in time for this nice light before a cloud cover swallowed the rising sun for a few hours. Eventually we had a sunny lovely … Continue reading
I hope that this post is more popular than the last couple. Maybe folks are bored with cascades. Bear’s Den got its name from a huge bear killed in this location. There is a story also that during colonial times, … Continue reading
Although my goal this morning was to find some trees to photograph in the moderate fog in the park, I heard the sound of a brook in the woods along the side of Hanks Meadow. I wandered in and noticed … Continue reading
I gave it a couple of days, but there was one more lurking among all the others that I processed late. When hiking along the trail by Atherton Brook, this waterfall’s sound is unmistakable and heard for a great distance…actually … Continue reading