Fall colors on the Charles

Figure 1 - Fall on the Concord River, Concord, MA by the Nashawtic Country Club, (c) DE Wolf.

Figure 1 – Fall on the Concord River, Concord, MA by the Nashawtic Country Club, (c) DE Wolf.

I wanted to indulge myself today and share one of my Fall 2013 photographs.  This is an image of the Charles River watershed by the Nashawtic Country Club at Nine Acres in Concord, MA.  This is a very pretty site throughout the year.  The river’s mood is ever changing.  Not so much in terms of roughness, but in terms of the interplay of fog and light.  On this particular day the light was dazzling and provided an excellent reflection upon the water, creating, I hope, an impressionist coloration.  I never tire of this river or this historic part of the state.  There is still fall color left to enjoy.  And after that we will have the low light of late fall with its long shadows, followed by the magic of snow and winter.

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2 Comments

  1. Paul Rubinstein November 4, 2013 at 1:13 am #

    Great colors and beautiful image. One of the things I miss in California.

  2. David November 4, 2013 at 1:15 am #

    Talk to me in January 8<)