Place Of the White Stones! by Nancy Richard
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This is a scan of an old slide taken in Middleboro, Massachusetts. Assawompset Pond is a reservoir in the Lakeville/Middleboro area of Massachusetts. At 4 square miles, it is the largest natural lake in Massachusetts.

In Wampanoag, it is called, Place of the White Stones.
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assawompset pond, lakes, massachusetts, reservoirs

I am deeply concerned about environment, wildlife, and animal welfare, feeling a strong commitment to leaving the planet in better shape for new generations. Therefore, I support a number of charities that reflect those interests.

I have a degree in English and Library Science, but if I had my life to live over, I would have loved to have been a photographer, writer, and/or National Park ranger.

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  • Aj Finan
    Aj Finanalmost 4 years ago

    Love this Nancy, love the silhouettes and the grass in the middle is a nice touch. Well done my friend :)

  • Thanks, Aj. I always loved this shot taken about 20 years ago.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Morag Bates
    Morag Batesalmost 4 years ago
  • Thank you, Morag.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Carol2
    Carol2almost 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture, Nancy!!

  • Thank you so much, Carol.

    – Nancy Richard

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELalmost 4 years ago

    Stunning capture.

  • Thanks, Andrea…..always good to get your comments.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Kratos
    Kratosalmost 4 years ago

    This is just beautiful…the grass in the middle breaks it up and pulls it together at the same time. Well done.

  • Thank you so much, my friend.

    – Nancy Richard

  • MaeBelle
    MaeBellealmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful shot,Nancy,♥love the contrasting light and darkness.a fav,:o)) God Bless,Mae

  • Thank you, Mae. Happy you like it.

    – Nancy Richard

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    NatureGreeting...almost 4 years ago

    Such a gorgeous capture, Nancy! Beautiful contrasts here :)) Carolyn

  • Thank you so much, Mae.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Ralph de Zilva
    Ralph de Zilvaover 3 years ago

    A stunning capture Nancy. The silhouettes are just so beautiful. Lovely time of the day.

  • I was lucky to capture it with a threatening sky. Thank you, Ralph.

    – Nancy Richard

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