Moss Glen Falls in Black & White
Moss Glen Falls in Vermont is beautiful and changes with each season. Here I show it's beauty in Black and White.
Moss Glen Falls
One of my favorite Vermont waterfalls. I love to play with the movement of the water and slowing it down to create a mood. From the first time I did this to now - there is still something magical about it.
Tunbridge Covered Bridge
Tunbridge, Vermont has 5 covered bridges. It is also home to the Tunbridge World's Fair which I have been going to since I was a kid. I was laying down on a rock with my camera a few inches from the water when I took this shot.
River of Moss
At certain times of the year, Bicknell Brook in NH the moss on the rocks is a bright green. Please note that this is a custom sized image.
Mt. Tom Fog
I hiked up Mt. Tom in Woodstock, VT with a few friends to watch the sunset and while the sun decided to not join the party the fog was spectacular.
The early morning sun is reflecting off the fence as it meanders along the Vermont valley.
Early Spring on the golf course is a magical time. The early morning reflections of the trees between Lakeland #9 and #10 is only seen early in the spring before the pond is covered in lily pads.
The greens of early spring are so incredible. Here they are reflected in the pond near Lakeland #9 at the Quechee Club.
The storm was rolling in as my cousin and I were paddling back to camp - hoping to get there before the storm hit - and of course there were photos to be taken which slowed down our progress. Most of hese seagulls didn't seem to mind our canoe being too close to their rock. And yes, we made it back before the storm hit.
View from the Canoe
My cousin and I were out paddling and as we left the lake and turned into the small river I see this view - I am in the front of the canoe and this is the shot I grabbed.
Around the Corner
I took this from a canoe and just as I came around a corner this view was there - just breathtaking as Connecticut started to show it's autumn colors.
Sunrise from Mt. Washington
Layers. I love them. This was taken from the summit of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. The sun was just peaking up over the horizon to signal a new day has begun.
Blue Hour from Mt. Washington
This was taken before sunrise from the top of Mt. Washington, in New Hampshire. The land was bathed in these gorgeous blues and pinks for a far the eye could see.
This granite pothole is 20 feet in diameter. It "is believed to have been eroded 15,000 years ago while the North American ice sheet was melting." The Basin has been smoothed out by the motion of small stones and river sand of the Pemigewasset River.
Blue Hour on Lake Champlain
Looking across Lake Champlain to New York just after sunet.
Taken in Vermont at the end of the summer this water was just pouring out of the rocks and creating this wonderful pattern below.
Moss Glen Falls in Summer
One of my favortie Vermont waterfalls.