“Hublein’s Retreat” • Talcott Mountain State Park, Simsbury, Connecticut “Vital Tides I” • Bluff Point State Park, Groton, Connecticut “Storm King Mountainscape” • Storm King Mountain, Cornwall, New York “Woodtick Quietude” • Scovill Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut “Nessacus Fortune” • Wahconah Falls, Dalton, Massachusetts “Green Mountain Riverscape” • Thundering Brook, Killington, Vermont “Gorgle of Marble” • Kent Falls, Kent, Connecticut “Meigs Dawn” • Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison, Connecticut “Machimoodus Dreamscape” • Machimoodus State Park, East Haddam, Connecticut “Old Dish Mill Falls on Jim Brook” • Roaring Brook Nature Center, Canton, Connecticut
Schaghticoke Rising (Housatonic River, Kent, Connecticut)

Schaghticoke Rising

The riverscape that morning lent a certain presence to nature’s penchant for paradox; awakening with splendor, yet still so very dormant... at once, both enchanting and foreboding. This was my effort at capturing that bewildering contradiction as it unfolded in the minutes before dawn.

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Yankee Farmlands № 34 (Field of giant sunflowers in Connecticut’s “Quiet Corner”, Griswold, Connecticut)

Giant Sunflowers of Griswold

Giant sunflowers crowd a verdant field in Connecticut’s Eastern Uplands as sprawling clouds drift across the summertime sky.

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Rings of Northgate (Northgate Falls, Simsbury, Connecticut)

Rings of Northgate

Foam churns away at the foot of Northgate Falls, swirling ceaselessly amidst a shallow, mossy gorge beneath woodlands in the northwest of Simsbury.

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Our Last Light (Avery Point Lighthouse, Avery Point, Groton, Connecticut)

Our Last Light

The Avery Point Lighthouse, erected during World War II in 1943, would prove to be the last beacon built along Connecticut’s 100-mile coastline.

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Deadwood at Goldmine (Goldmine Brook Falls, Chester, Massachusetts)

Deadwood at Goldmine Brook Falls

Beyond the peeling bark of a downed birch, Goldmine Brook Falls descends 40 feet into a ravine amidst ancient, weathered rock faces softened by jackets of moss.

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