The twinned exuberance of a mature pheasant back fungus at the edge of the trail.
Sacred space: the silent witness of an ancient burial mound.
Young master of camouflage, a crayfish holds motionless in a riverside pool.
Chief amongst his brethren…
Closed for 30 years, the still-graceful steel arch of the Schell Bridge makes a fading link over the languid Connecticut River between East and West Northfield, MA.
The cobble-clad bottom of the Connecticut is transformed by the limpid corrugations of a brilliant day. There, I said it.
Nodding clusters of choke cherry (Prunus virginiana) are brightening the hedgerows of May.
A muted rainbow lines the lip of a freshwater mussel shell, washed ashore on the bank of the bypass reach at Turners Falls, MA.
Mountain lichen (Dimelaena oreina) encrusts the surface of a quartzite outcropping on the north shore of Indian Pond in Chesterfield, NH.