“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 № 25 (Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA)

Farewell Winter!

Judging by the stillness in the cold air and the snowpack lingering upon the barnyard of this Glastonbury farm, it would be tough to tell that a season of renewed warmth is upon us.

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Heart of the Old Mill (Mill Pond Falls, Mill Pond Park, Newington, Connecticut)

Heart of the Old Mill

While Newington's Mill Pond Falls may measure a bit short, it is arguably more beloved than most waterfalls that are several times larger.

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Tobacco Barns, Bloomfield, Connecticut

Vanishing Landscapes of Tobacco Valley

Every time I find myself standing before these weather-beaten tobacco barns, the thought lingers in my mind that I may be the last person to photograph them before they finally come crumbling down.

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Looking Back at 2014: Some Favorites

After years of landscape photography, I've finally discovered that what motivates me is the gratifying quest to express the essence of New England's heritage. Not just our natural heritage, but also our cultural heritage.

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Dominion of the Gulls (Pleasure Beach on Long Beach Peninsula, Bridgeport, Connecticut)

What Remains of the Joy

Few places in Connecticut so strongly embodied the "post-apocalypse" aesthetic as Pleasure Beach, a deserted amusement park and cottage village which stood vacant for nearly two decades at the end of a 1.5-mile peninsula on Long Island Sound.

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