Tag Archives: Quabbin
Bird-foot Violet-Viola pedata is named for the shape of its leaves, a couple of which you can see beneath the uppermost bloom. Always a favorite spring wildflower.
Giving the archival frogs a break. Hopefully there will some new froggy heads bobbing up in the ponds soon. But fog is good too and my favorite landscape condition. Some days the valleys catch the light before the rest of … Continue reading
It’s a rainy day here in WMass. Mostly a drizzle but at one point earlier the heavens gushed forth so hard it sounded like a herd of oxen on the roof. Not much snow this winter so little if any … Continue reading
Quite a number of years ago, 2011 to be precise, I hiked to the end of a Quabbin Gate, 15 to be precise, and set up to photograph this island on a foggy morning. The longest lens I had at … Continue reading
I posted something similar a few years ago from a different frame. I decided a square format was a better choice. Not much difference in the processing aside from some contrast tweaks and, of course, the composition. I stopped by … Continue reading
It’s cold here. 11°F this morning. But…today will be the start of a warmup and winter seems on the wane. In anticipation, here’s a nice warm shot from a Spring archive find.
Some of you may remember my posting a similar image in the past. In 2019 I was driving through Quabbin Park on a workday and just had my phone. I made an image that I liked but it wasn’t suitable … Continue reading