Glen Falls glows with whitewater as it careens over a sheer, 20-foot ledge, plunging Cobalt Stream into a shallow, woodland oasis lined by mossy cliffs, gravel beds and swaying ferns.
It wasn’t until the 20th-century, when much of New England’s age-old agrarian ways had faded, that rustic stone walls became romantic relics of a simpler, unhurried era in the region’s history.
"Goreham's Crossing at Pittsford" emerged from a quiet morning on Otter Creek and brings together several elements which elaborate upon the sense of place wrapped up in this rustic riverscape in the Green Mountain State.
There was a time when this serene, rugged stretch of Roaring Brook was the epicenter of South Glastonbury’s industrial might. These days, only a few ghostly relics remain.
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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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