“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
Yankee Farmlands № 72 by J. G. Coleman (Texas Longhorns on feedlot, Watertown, Connecticut)

Texas Longhorns in New England

Enclosed by a mesh of chain-links, distinctive Texas Longhorns laze away the early morning on a feed lot in Connecticut’s Naugatuck Valley.

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Yankee Farmlands № 71 (Square bales and windrows in hay field, Bloomfield, Connecticut)

Square Bales and Summertime

Despite their rectangular shape, bales of hay such as these are typically referred to as “square bales” and offer the convenience of being easily moved by hand.

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Hopewell Relics (Matson Hill Open Space, Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA)

Hopewell Relics

A towering smokestack rises above derelict masonry walls and empty window frames, all that’s left of the 19th-century Hopewell Woolen Mill.

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Coburn Hideaway (Unnamed waterfall in Westfield, Vermont)

Coburn Hideaway

The absence of a footpath, as well as the overall remoteness of the place, makes it likely that I’ve been the only person in many decades to peer up from the foot of these cascades. That’s worth every scraped elbow and labored breath!

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Yankee Farmlands № 69 (Windrows in hayfield, Bloomfield, Connecticut)

Making Hay While the Sun Shines

Although hay may seem like a rather simple farm product, there’s a fairly involved series of steps and machinery that go into producing those tidy bales.

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