Quabbin Reservoir is the largest inland body of water in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is one of the primary water supply to the Boston area. It was one stop I had on my bucket list for years and finally planned in a stop on one of my 2013 fall foliage photo tours throughout New England. Autumn colors were not at peak at the time but good colors were. I made my way up the observation tower and boy that view did not disappoint! Equipped with a 70-200mmtelezoom lens and a 1.4x tele-converter I was able to focus in on Mount Monadnock, Mount Pomeroy, Mount Zion, Little Quabbin and the Battle Dam; all shown in this landscape photography image from the reservoir.
A polarizing filter boosted colors and I used my camera bag as a tripod alternative for better photography quality. During post processing I removed any dust spots, minimally adjusted color saturation, contrast, lighting before sharpening the final image of Quabbin Reservoir.
Good light and happy photo making! Happy Day,
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