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Fall is here! Foliage in the Blackstone River Watershed


Blackstone River and stone arch bridge from the tow path of River Bend Farm, Uxbridge

Everywhere we look right now is filled with color. Fleeting, for sure, but when the sun shines, the reds, golds, yellows, pinks and every variation of these bright fall colors fill the woods, and cover the trees along the banks of local ponds and rivers. Continue reading

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Home, Sweet Home

Along the shores of Silver Lake, Bellingham, MA

Along the shores of Silver Lake, Bellingham,

I’ve lived in one place for over 30 years now, and walked this path along the edge of Silver Lake countless times. On these walks I’ve met my neighbors, many who have become friends. I’ve watched as they have grown older (as have I) and feel wistful; so many have grown old and died. As I pass each house along my walk, I think of each person who called this place “home,” greeted me on my daily walks, and offered a friendly voice during some difficult times in my life. Gone, but not forgotten.SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES Continue reading

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