Festival of Leaves 2021: Week # 3 We were out and about yesterday and I brought my camera. There is color. Much of it can be found in vines — Virginia Creeper and wild grape vines are both bright. there… Read More ›
I said sometimes around the second week in May, the oaks would grow leaves and suddenly, it would be spring? Last night, the oak trees went green. When I looked out the window this morning, spring had arrived.
FOTD – November 10, 2018 – Autumn Leaf I still have autumnal pictures, even though it’s raining. The wind came up and all day, it was like being in an oak leaf storm, with whirling leaves everywhere. It’s supposed to be… Read More ›
FOWC with Fandango — Danger There are so many leaves on the ground here, it’s hard to explain to people who don’t live in the middle of an oak woods. When I was outside today taking pictures, it was like being… Read More ›
Week # 6: Walk By The Canal FOTD – October 30, 2018 It should have been spectacular color, but it was mostly still green with some yellow. Still, it was definitely pretty, especially when the amber light hits it in… Read More ›
Festival of Leaves 2018 ~ Week # 4: The Orange on the Side of the Road It is the middle of October and it should be the peak of the peak of the color change. Usually, Columbus Day marks the peak… Read More ›
I live in New England and it is where I always wanted to live. I think I originally had a more northern destination in mind, but the requirements of work brought us originally to the Boston area and eventually, out… Read More ›
Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg, or Lake Chargoggaggoggmancogmanhoggagogg (and other various spellings) is also known as Webster Lake, which is what I call it. It’s quite a big lake. Surrounded by trees, many of them maple, it can be spectacular in the fall. For… Read More ›