Photopost: Wachusett Meadow

For Father’s Day this year, we once again visited one of the most beautiful places on earth, Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Princeton, MA.  I guess it’s a tradition now.


Frog on a log. Far fewer than we saw last year.


We had no idea what these red bumps were so we showed this picture to the naturalist. He believes it’s the remains of a slime mold.


Looking out over the Beaver Pond.


Daisy in the meadow.


The Meadow changes with every step as the contours shift with a new perspective.


Purple flowers (I’m an archivist, not a botanist, all right!)


More wildflowers.


The stone wall, a New England tradition.


Frog on a lily pad.

Previously: Photopost: Wachusett Meadow (2012)

One response to this post.

  1. Nice photos. Especially like the last one. I was admiring the contemplative nature of the reflections of the leaves in the water before I read the caption. Hadn’t even noticed the frog.

    I wondered about the red things — they look like insect eggs, to me. But I don’t know your area (nor do I know any insects that lay red eggs!).



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