More late summer images from Wachusett Meadow.
Now being served North American Beaver style. All you can eat! (Two short videos included.)
East Princeton, Massachusetts
The butterfly bush in my yard has attracted the first Monarch Butterfly of the season.
My town’s garden allotments are in full swing, despite some difficult weather these past weeks.
The easy care Tall Phlox in my yard often last until the frost.
To refresh and renew the front yard, combine seeds and plant cuttings collected last fall with duct tape and spray paint.
Beach alerts seen on a recent trip to Cape Cod.
Skaket Beach, Cape Cod, MA
Low tide landscapes create ever changing tapestries.
Even as far back as early May, the effects of the Nova Scotia wildfires could be seen in the unusually orange evening skies on Cape Cod.
That’s the weather forecast each day here in Central Massachusetts. As a result, this year’s garden is surely taking its time to grow!
Yesterday’s snowstorm has transformed my yard once again.
The power of water was on full display recently at the Moore State Park in Paxton, MA.
Snow makes whiteness where it falls,
The bushes look like popcorn balls.
The places where I always play,
Look like somewhere else today.
Author: Mary Louise Allen
Happy Solstice Day!
Rutland State Park, Rutland MA