“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
Cotton Hollow Echoes (Roaring Brook at Cotton Hollow Preserve, Glastonbury, Connecticut)

Cotton Hollow Echoes

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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Hammonasset Descending (Hammonasset River, Madison, Connecticut)

Hammonasset Descending

Along its northern stretches, the Hammonasset River is a modest, boulder-strewn brook with cool waters shaded by a dense forest canopy. Swirling pools, rips and riffles along its course are home to Connecticut’s only native trout species.

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Litchfield Town Guide 2015-2016, cover featuring photography by J. G. Coleman

On the Cover of the Litchfield Town Guide

And, as it would happen, my piece "Ethereal Passage" was precisely what Litchfield Magazine had in mind when it began looking for a cover photograph for its 2015 town guide.

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Salmon River Wildlands (Salmon River at Salmon River State Forest, Colchester, Connecticut)

Salmon River Wildlands

There was a time when the Salmon River's namesake, Atlantic Salmon, could be seen heading upstream in droves to spawn each year during autumn.

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Home at the Lighthouse (Stratford Point Lighthouse on Long Island Sound, Stratford, Connecticut)

Judson’s Post at the Stratford Point Light

The Stratford Point Lighthouse was guiding sailors near the mouth of the Housatonic River since the late 1800s, but the maritime history of the Point stretches back much further.

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