Created 25-Nov-07
Modified 15-Nov-14
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The Sudbury river wends its way slowly through the western suburbs of Boston, much of its beauty hidden behind urban development. Fortunately there are still some good areas of conservation land and other access points to the river.

These shots, taken over the last few years and show the incredible range of natural beauty that can be seen if you know where to look. For anyone in the area in interested in seeing the river, the Sudbury Valley Trustees http:/​/​www.​sudburyvalleytrustees.​org/​ are a great resource.
Driftwood at the weirFull forceDawn breaks on the Sudbury riverFall mist with red leavesEvening cloudsSnowy birchFour geese-a-swimmingWinter seatIce on the Sudbury riverSaxonville fallsMorning light on Water RowEvening light with reeds near the Saxonville damSudbury river goldSaxonville mill winterOld stump in the afternoon lightWier at Simpson parkFall riverbankIcy cascadeSpring floodMorning light, Water Row