Easton, MA

In mid July, Jorge and I went to a little college called Stonehill about an hour away from Boston, MA. It was a small liberal arts college hosting a chemistry conference. In order to get there, we had to take a charter bus from Logan airport to Easton, MA. Unfortunately, I left my cell phone on the bus, and didn’t get it back until five days later!

So, I spent the week reading, watching netflix, napping, laying around in my hammock, and of course- taking pictures. Here are some of my favorites from the woods around the college.

 

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Single flower stalk- I believe this is foxglove.
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Red/Green.
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Pine
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Wheat
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Moth
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Still Moth
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I’m not sure what kind of flower this is- and I would have liked to get a shot with the flowers oriented towards the camera. But I do like the color scheme.
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Bridge over a ditch. Not quite as poetic as a bridge over a creek, but still pretty.
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Robin.
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Yellow Flowers. This really captures the ability of the f2.8 lens.
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I really like this picture of an ant. I think I changed the color a bit but I liked the result.
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One of the bridges that loops around the campus. There were a lot of nice running trails, and one of them covered over a lake.
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Lone pine sapling growing out of a rock. This area was called “The caves” by our campus tour guide- a large area with rock formations. Covered in broken bottle pieces and graffiti.
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Forest floor.
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Close up of the plant growing all over the forest floor. I’m pretty sure it’s some sort of bromilead, in the same family as pineapple and spanish moss.
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Another lone pine sapling growing in the middle of the trail.
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There’s a moth in the middle of this picture. Camouflage is amazing
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Clover
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I think this is one of my favorite pictures. It looks like the daisy is just peeking out for a look.
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