Tag Archives: Quabbin
02.03.2023 North Quabbin 2004
Old tech ain’t too shabby. This was made with the Canon 10D, my first digital camera shortly after I made the switch from film thanks to Kodak destroying a box of transparencies from a trip to Acadia.
01.29.2023 Silent Sunday…Ice Bats in their Bat Cave
01.13.2023 Good Morning Friday the 13th!
To do my best at not saying something stupid on this auspicious occasion I decided to follow Robert’s advice and put a cork in it. 😀
01.05.2023 Thermospadix Thursday
Skunk Cabbage-Symplocarpus foetidus is the earliest flowering wildflower of the year. As a matter of fact it sometimes flowers even before the year changes. It does this by creating its own heat through a chemical reaction between oxygen and the … Continue reading
12.31.2022 Goodbye 2022! Hello 2023!
2022 hasn’t been an awful year compared to the last couple. Although Covid is still around, most of us have either had it without serious consequences, some with, and the rest either avoided it or had such slight symptoms that … Continue reading
12.30.2022 An island in the snow
There is a bit of light snowfall going on which you can sort of see in the darker foreground. North Quabbin shoreline island with a coating of snow.
12.28.2022 Wordless Wednesday-Winter’s Silent Pipe Organ
12.22.2022 Looks hot, doesn’t it?
From 2019 on this date, it was actually quite cold. But the sky was hot for a short time and I was lucky enough to be driving by the Pelham Lookout on US Route 202 at just the right moment. … Continue reading
12.18.2022 Silent Sunday-Resting on my Mountain Laurels
Standing at Enfield Lookout in Quabbin Park on a mostly cloudy day, a shaft of sunlight burst through a gap in the clouds and lit the base of Mount Ram on fire.