Tag Archives: Massachusetts
[singlepic id=41 w= h= float=center] I took this picture of the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge (see map below the image here) because it symbolizes a couple of things: (1) coming and going: We crossed this bridge many … Continue reading
[singlepic id=40 w= h= float=center] Taken on Sunday at the Fells Reservoir (see map below the image here). This is a 2 minute exposure done with the new Satechi timer, which works beautifully! I didn’t get to see an actual … Continue reading
[singlepic id=39 w= h= float=center] I took this one close to Bound Brook Pond (see map below the image here), which is a great location for observing dragonflies: within ten minutes we saw three species along a five meter long … Continue reading
This morning I drove out to Deer Island to scout for new photo locations. I am interested in interfaces: between land and water, urban and rural, living space and transit space, (people-)space and non-(people-)space, you and me, light and dark, … Continue reading
… doesn’t make a summer. But the weather is indeed improving bit by bit here in Massachusetts. Like the gray heron, I saw this northern rough-winged swallow (Stelgidopteryx serripennis) at the little lake on Mt. Auburn Cemetery.
It’s been an awfully gray day today. All day long a drizzling rain came down from low hanging clouds. But at least I got a moody shot out of it. On the left you can see Boston’s Back Bay.
Taken this afternoon at the Mt. Auburn Cemetery. This gray heron (Ardea cinerea) came down hooting and after it landed, it turned around and got into this sun-bathing pose for about 15 minutes. It looked a bit like Kung-fu Panda’s … Continue reading
Yesterday we went to Rockport again. At the Halibut Point State Park we saw an amazing number of butterflies, which seemed to have their mating day. It was a big I-chase-you-chase-me party of hundreds of gallant flappers. While a friend … Continue reading
Taken at 6 a.m. last Saturday on the shore at Halibut Point State Park. I had planned to catch a sunrise there, but only saw hints of sunlight piercing through the clouds where a bright, fiery ball was supposed to … Continue reading