Connecticut’s Black Rock State Park hearkens back to an ancient history of graphite mining which is still largely shrouded in mystery.
It seemed for many years as if the idea of building a lighthouse along the Rhode Island coast at Newport's Castle Hill was doomed to fail.
Enclosed by a mesh of chain-links, distinctive Texas Longhorns laze away the early morning on a feed lot in Connecticut’s Naugatuck Valley.
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.
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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J. G. Coleman is a fine art nature photographer specializing in the landscapes of Connecticut and the American Northeast.
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