The muted end-of-season colors have provided an uplifting visual treat for outdoor enthusiasts in Central Massachusetts.
Category: photo blog with a compact camera
Scenes from Central Massachusetts
The foliage colors were muted in Central Massachusetts earlier in October, so it was a pleasure to be immersed in golden hues with pops of red this week at Wachusett Meadow.
It’s delightful to explore the common flora and fauna of Central Massachusetts on a cool autumn day.
Farm-style versions of classic indoor and outdoor games are a treat for all at Bemis Farms Nursery on fall weekends.
Take a ghostly picture….
And pick a perfect pumpkin from the patch. Then test your skills on…
My small local state park offers a variety of ways to relax and experience nature in any season.
Mill Pond, Holden, Massachusetts
East Princeton, Massachusetts
North Brookfield and New Braintree, Massachusetts
It may not be cold December, but Kip’s Christmas Trees in the small town of New Braintree, Massachusetts are still a beautiful sight.
Worcester County, where I live, leads the state in the number of farms.
Within a few miles from me, I enjoy visiting this farm.
It’s sweet corn time in Massachusetts!
Aw, shucks, I’ll buy a dozen.
In order to create a super fresh vegetarian meal, I add my own home grown cukes, tomatoes, arugala,
Green and yellow beans,
A lingering haze was visible last night during my visit to Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary.
Beach alerts seen on a recent trip to Cape Cod.
The town of Rutland is situated in the exact center of Massachusetts. Rutland State Park is a few miles from where I live. This 300-acre recreation area has facilities for fresh water swimming, picnicking, fishing, hiking and non-motorized boating.