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It’s Still Winter at the Quabbin Reservoir – And a new Gigapan

It probably should not come as a surprise to anyone in New England, but this winter is obviously not giving up without a fight.  It should be a nice spring morning and really it is.  It’s just that it is snowing.  Again….  Photography brings solace, so here are some more photo thoughts from the Quabbin Reservoir, the Winsor Dam area inside Quabbin Park.  You can  click on the images for a better view.

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Black and White somehow feels like a presentation more appropriate to the mood though.

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And for those interested in the details, here is a panorama taken from the Bridge of the ice and the budding reflections we can see in the puddles left by a recent rain.  If you want to see it really large, you can find it on Gigapan here.

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Is it spring yet?  No.

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sandra #

    Love the dark dramatic clouds. Thanks.

    March 28, 2015
  2. It’s a moody and largely uninspiring time of the year, James. These show some careful observations. It may be spring, but winter refuses to bow out gracefully.

    March 30, 2015
    • Thanks Steve. Indeed, it is snowing again this morning in Worcester. Went out for a walk with the dog, and feel on a stretch of snow no more than a quarter of an inch deep. Nothing hurt but pride, and whatever optimism remains. It has to break soon. We still revolve around the sun!

      March 30, 2015
  3. For some reason the first photograph gives me the impression of a reflection even though I know there’s no water.

    March 30, 2015

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