Great Meadows Refuge in Concord, Massachusetts.

by Leonid Sakharov

At the middle of bike pathway from Bedford Railroad Museum Station and Historic Concord Center there is Great Meadows Refuge. Most of its 3800 acres are wetland with sort of observation road crossing. Rich flora provides pictures of green and full of flowers landscape.
The view from observation tower at Great Meadows Refuge in Concord, Massachusetts. $
The beaver hat near the observation tower , Massachusetts. $
The observation road crosses the meadow wetland. $
Ducks are everywhere in Massachusetts. $
Big white lilies. $
Big perfect flower. $
There is waste wetland field of water flowers. $
Water flowers. $
At the coming fall wetland loses flowers and almost all green. $
End of season gives dark vegetation. $
The water flow road inside meadows. $
The high grass at the shore of wetland. $
Bunch of pink flowers. $
Reed grass. $
Reed at shore of wetland. $
Dry grass. $
There is clean water path across wetland meadows. $
Concord River borders Great Meadows. $
The forest trims shore of Concord river at Great Meadows side. $
The bright red flowers shine inside bushes at the shore of Concord River. $
There are signs of civilization at Great Meadow Refugee. The bench is one of them. $

Oct. 6, 2018; 09:46 EST

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