Holliston Stone - March 19, 2006

In the grand scheme of "Wicked Cold," 35 degrees just doesn't play a huge role.

And yet it really had me wishing I had brought some gloves today. It was my first shoot for pleasure in over two months. Despite the constant pain in my gloveless hands, it was worth every second of the hour or so that I was out there.

So right now Holliston has some railroad tracks which have been torn up to make way for what will eventually be a "rails-to-trails" biking/jogging (etc.) path. I think it's a great idea and I'm all for it. I'll be one of the biggest users of that when it gets finished. But I'm also glad that I have a chance to see it before they pave it. It's a really interesting place and I think I'm going to have a great time exploring it this spring and summer.


A good thing to shoot indeed, what a nice piece of stone engineering, they just don't make tunnels like that anymore. That's a mighty thin looking ridge too, is there another rail line above it.

Posted by: jeremy on March 20, 2006 01:01 AM