Month: November 2021
The traditionally white colonial architecture of Hardwick, MA (population 2,667) , punctuated by fieldstone walls, is especially picturesque after a snowfall.
The Quabbin Reservoir takes its name from the Algonquin word meaning “many waters”.
Nuthatches and woodpeckers were engrossed in the suet feeders at Wachusett Meadow today. Meanwhile, the Wildlife Pond glowed with the rusty hues of late fall in Central Massachusetts.
A tunnel on the Mass Central Rail Trail provides a surprising sight for both art and nature lovers.
Milkweed in the Meadow
Milkweed shimmers in the afternoon sun at Wachusett Meadow.
A Towering Tribute
I Walk the Line
Photographs from a return visit to the Mass Central Rail Trail.
Lily Pad Launch
Autumnal lily pads dance within and over the Wildlife Pond.
Photos from a visit to the hillside pastures of St. Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, MA on a chilly autumn day.
Mass Central Rail Trail
An autumn stroll on one of the Mass Central Rail Trail’s fifty-one miles of linear park.
A 1685 Garrison House
Standing for over 300 years, this sturdy house provides a glimpse into an important architectural style of Early America.