Beneath pastel skies streaked with soft clouds, the waters of Long Island Sound gently rap at tidal flats and salt grasses of Old Greenwich.
“Stones… Connecticut’s state flower!” As a child, I always had a laugh whenever my father related that classic New England joke.
Talcott Mountain rises nearly 1,000 feet from the surrounding countryside; the iconic Hublein Tower crowns the ridge crest, an unmistakable fleck against bold clouds, forest and traprock cliffs.
Cast from the hazy sky above, sunlight floods a frigid, snow-laden field in the Connecticut River Valley and throws long shadows from the stubble of last season’s corn stalks.
Speaking of Long Island Sound, a 1911 magazine article noted that "one of its harbors can hardly find a parallel in the world for beauty and charm".
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J. G. Coleman is a fine art nature photographer specializing in the landscapes of Connecticut and the American Northeast.
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