Posts Tagged "Connecticut landscape photography"

"Yankee Farmlands № 98" (Village of Nepaug in New Hartford, Connecticut)

New Hartford’s Shifting Center

In the rural valley of Nepaug beneath the looming silhouette of Yellow Mountain, farmland is daubed with molten light upon awakening to another January morning.

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Yankee Farmlands № 31 (Bolton, Connecticut, USA)

Fieldstone Walls of New England

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.

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Yankee Farmlands № 26 (Bloomfield, Connecticut)

Mud Season in Southern New England

"Mud Season" is the term for this time of year in New England: that month-long stretch in early spring when melting snows produces a thick slurry of mud upon the landscape.

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Lynde Point Seascape (Lynde Point Lighthouse, Old Saybrook, Connecticut)

Lynde Point Seascape

The Lynde Point Lighthouse stands sentinel on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Connecticut River, its column of neatly stacked windows peering towards the sea from a 65-foot brownstone tower.

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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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