The Bog

Landscape view marsh, old barn, and canal

One of the areas I’d like to visit regularly is the cranberry bogs located adjacent to Pocksha Pond in Lakeville Massachusetts. The area starts just before the causeway between the two ponds.

The scenery and findings vary with the season. Gates block most roads However, one of the ways leads up to Betty’s Neck Lakeville Conservation Park. One side of the road as the cranberry bogs and on the other hand, a marsh.

Here are images from this year from May through August. However, there are none from July because of my illness.

Barn swallows sitting on a sprinkler
Lily pads in Pocksha Pond processed in black and white
Cranberry berries starting to ripen
American black ducks feeding
American black duck feeding in a canal of the marsh
Pocksha Pond
Landscape view marsh, old barn, and canal
Oberon reflections in the fog
Painted turtles on the side of the bank of the cranberry blog
American bullfrog in one of the canals
Great blue Heron in the cranberry bog
Great blue Heron near the Fred mighty’s
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Close up of the spray Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Cranberry bogs getting watered
Broad-leaf Arrowhead
Joe Pye Weed
Purple Loosestrife
St. John’s Wort

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