Tag Archives: coast

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Hammonasset Winter… or Summer?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: it’s hard to beat shooting the Connecticut coast during wintertime.

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Bradley Point and a Beat Hero

Bradley Point was, for a short time, the home of famous Beat poet and novelist Jack Kerouac.

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Citadel

Alcatraz Island rises from the fog-laden waters of San Francisco Bay, its sundry array of towers and buildings illumined against the hazy silhouette of distant, coastal hills.

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Salvelinus Sanctuary

As a rainstorm brews in the clouds above, the Pherrins River snakes through the wilds of Northeastern Vermont, concealing a thriving population of sought-after brook trout.

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McCook’s Refuge

When a theology professor out of East Hartford began spending summers at Champlain Point in 1869, the proverbial seed was planted for a change of names.

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At the Threshold of Milford Point

Windswept coastal grasslands crowd a weathered boardwalk which ushers us towards the beachfront along the Connecticut coast. Out over the ocean, morning clouds stage a stirring display.

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They Called It Monakewego

Beneath pastel skies streaked with soft clouds, the waters of Long Island Sound gently rap at tidal flats and salt grasses of Old Greenwich.

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Driftwood Surge

Speaking of Long Island Sound, a 1911 magazine article noted that “one of its harbors can hardly find a parallel in the world for beauty and charm”.

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First Light at Stonington Harbor

Here’s to welcoming 2016 with an inner light that glows brighter than the grandest of sunrises!

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Welcome to Waterford’s Seaside State Park

Landscape photography from my first visit to Connecticut’s new Seaside State Park helps tell the story of an invigorating, rock-strewn beach beside a storied, derelict sanatorium.