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Besides the leaves under glass this seep also hosts skunk cabbage-Symplocarpus foetidus which I visit most years at this time. For those unfamiliar, these are the flower buds which precede leafing out and create their own heat so are often … Continue reading
An old one reprocessed. There was a little color but black and white took care of that.
A re-edit from 2015. I had originally processed in B&W thinking that worked better but now I think I prefer the subtlety of the color. Another view from Enfield Lookout.
Another from the past. This time 2008. It was a winter wonderland out there today. Unfortunately I was working, riding around making housecalls, and made no images. Still a joy to see. I don’t expect much to linger into tomorrow … Continue reading
That could describe me at most times but Sunday, after shooting the longed for image I shared yesterday, I drove by the boat cove in Quabbin Park and noticed the peninsula at the far side had some nice color with … Continue reading
We’ve had several misty yet basically rainless days in a row. Supposably* tomorrow will produce more than a mist but I won’t believe it until we see it. However a mist does add a little “atmosphere” to flowers. As I … Continue reading
Some early color at the opening of the Quabbin Spillway which runs to the left. Of course, ain’t much spillin’ going on currently unless we get a box of rain.
I just went out not expecting much this morning. As I walked in Quabbin Park, I came across some more Fern-leaved False Foxgloves (Aureolaria pedicularia). Naturally, as a creature of habit, my first impulse was a closeup made with the … Continue reading
Just having a little fun with rocks, vignettes and borders.