Archive for ‘October, 2018’

Every year as the leaves change color, I’ve always found this pond in my hometown to be quite picturesque. Even though it looks man-made, this pond is actually naturally-occurring. A recent much-needed dredging and improvement project has really made this special place in Milford, Connecticut a truly wonderful place to spend some time.

I’ve been meaning to photographic this place for years however, as it’s on one of my normal commuting routes, I always seemed to forget my camera and think “ah, I’ll get it next time.” I finally remembered to throw the Canon in the car and was lucky enough to have a beautiful day to stop and take these shots.

This panorama is a composite of 6 separate images merged together to get the full view of the area.
I hope you enjoy. 


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After a relatively strong nor’easter here in Connecticut this weekend, some areas officially have more leaves on the ground than on the trees. I think these grounded leaves are just as beautiful, whether they’re forming a colorful blanket on the lawn, sweeping across a winding walkway, or filling up a small stream – as they are here. Autumn may not be my personal favorite season. But, it’s a close second.



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Living in a beach community, I seldom make it a point to travel inland just to take a look around. I’m drawn to the water. Always have been and, barring some cataclysmic event where I barely swim out alive, I’m pretty sure I always will be.

But, there’s something to be said about the peach, quiet and solitude of the woods. It truly is a great place to retreat, collect ones thoughts, and simply just look around. And, in the Autumn, even more so. I enjoyed just pointing my camera and looking around today. I hope you enjoy looking around this and the forthcoming photos, too.


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“Well I’m a tidal pool explorer From the days of my misspent youth.” – Jimmy Buffett

I’ve always loved the shapes created in the sand by the outgoing tide. The lines are smooth and harmonious, like a great sea-inspired song.



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I’m a warm weather guy, no doubt about it. However, some of the best shoreline shooting here in my area of Connecticut happens around this time of year. The combination of lower sun angles earlier in the day along with where the sun starts to line up with the horizon/landscape around here just makes for better photos. I guess I’ll have to keep bundling up.



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