Foliage around Wachusett Meadow’s Wildlife Pond glows in the late afternoon sun.
Photo edits including lower contrasts and higher exposures lend a more ethereal, painterly feeling to this “meadow ramble”.
Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Princeton, Masachusetts
It may not be cold December, but Kip’s Christmas Trees in the small town of New Braintree, Massachusetts are still a beautiful sight.
The power of water was on full display recently at the Moore State Park in Paxton, MA.
A closer look at the ice forming on Moulton Pond by the Mass Central Rail Trail reveals a variety of both bold and delicate colors within intricate patterns.
The late fall continues to provide glowing opportunities for sunset photography at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Farm Pond
A Long View of the Crocker Barn
Farm Pond and Fields Beyond
Sunset, Wachusett Meadow, Princeton MA
Sheep (and porcupines) may safely graze at Wachusett Meadow. Happy Thanksgiving from Central Massachusetts!
It’s a celebration of gnomes at New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill!
“Quinnetuket” is the Native American word for Connecticut, and means “beside the long river”. The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England, flowing southward for 406 miles through four states. As it runs through Northfield, Massachusetts, the Riverview Picnic Area provides a wonderfully scenic place for a picnic in any season.
The Wachusett Meadow is beautiful, even on a foggy day.
Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in the United States. The 412 billion gallon reservoir covers 39 square miles with 181 miles of shoreline, providing 3 million people with drinking water. And yet, a visit to the reservoir offers so much more than water!
Meadowbrook Orchards in Sterling, Massachusetts combines stunning views with casual dining.