Sugar Maple reds and oranges aren’t the only iconic autumn foliage colors in Central Massachusetts.
This pond in Holden, Massachusetts bursts with color after a rainy evening.
Something Told the Wild Geese by Rachel Field Something told the wild geese It was time to go. Though the fields lay golden Something whispered,—‘Snow.’ Leaves were green and stirring, Berries, luster-glossed, But beneath warm feathers Something cautioned,—‘Frost.’ All the sagging orchards Steamed with amber spice, But each wild breast stiffened At remembered ice. Something told the wild geese It was time to fly,— Summer sun was on their wings, Winter in their cry.
It’s that time of year…
A perfect early fall day for canoeing (or perhaps just resting on a log) at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary.
Pumpkins take center stage each year at Bemis Farms Nursery with an engaging and interactive experience for the whole family. The Pumpkin Path leads to games for children as well as Halloween themed displays.
A tunnel on the Mass Central Rail Trail provides a surprising sight for both art and nature lovers.
Milkweed shimmers in the afternoon sun at Wachusett Meadow.
Photographs from a return visit to the Mass Central Rail Trail.
Autumnal lily pads dance within and over the Wildlife Pond.
An autumn stroll on one of the Mass Central Rail Trail’s fifty-one miles of linear park.
The main road at the Moore State Park offers a golden canopy above with an edging of dry leaves below to enhance an afternoon walk.