Walden Pond State Reservation Photography Gallery

Grasses Along Shore
Red Maple Tree
Great Blue Heron Below Grasses
Great Blue Heron Hiding
Great Blue Heron in Grasses
Clouds and Fall Leaves at Walden
Fall Color Abstract
Thoreau Cabin Site
Thoreau Cabin Woodshed Site
Thoreau Cabin Entryway
Thoreau Cabin Site in Woods

Walden Pond State Reservation Information

Walden Pond State Reservation protects a large pond, called Walden Pond, that was made famous by the writings of Henry David Thoreau in the mid-1800's. His famous transcendentalist book inspired countless others to begin exploring nature as a means of escape from the busyness and corrupt politics taking place in larger urban areas. The park also has a number of hiking trails that both circumnavigate the pond, as well as the surrounding terrain, connecting with other parks in the area. A key point of interest is also the site of Thoreau's cabin, found on the northwest side of Walden Pond.

11 total photos in this gallery

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