Tag Archives: spring foliage
For all you Spring foliage lovers. 🙂
There have been a few questions about what foliage is like in Spring here in Western Massachusetts. I’ve posted some examples previously and here’s another. After the maple and moon and colorful clouds over Amherst last Friday, I headed down … Continue reading
After walking a few trails at a favorite lady’s slipper location, and finding plenty budded up it was time to head home. As I drove past Atkins Reservoir I noticed this little island illuminated by the sun rising above the … Continue reading
The Holyoke Mountain Range is a dominant feature here in the Happy Valley. And Mount Norwottuck stands out among all the other mountains and hills that make up the rare chain that aligns east-west. There are many locations to view … Continue reading
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
Autumn isn’t the only time for colorful leafy goodness. Here’s a young red maple (Acer rubrum) that I came across while visiting a local wet meadow yesterday…the last day of spring.