Noyes Pond

Noyes Pond is located in a secluded location within Groton State Forest in Groton, Vermont. This image was made at sunset as the clouds were mirrored on the surface of the pond.

GPS: 44°13’41” N 72°18’20” W SEYON LODGE STATE PARK Noyes Pond is best accessed from Seyon Lodge State Park in Groton, Vermont. Seyon Lodge is the only state-owned destination of its kind in the state, where guests can experience the rugged outdoors with the warm comforts of a cozy inn. It calls itself Vermont’s best kept […]

East Corinth

GPS: 44°03’54” N 72°13’17” W EAST CORINTH East Corinth is a small village in the center of Orange County, Vermont. King George III granted its charter back in 1764, giving the place a long history of active settlement. For decades, the village has been popular among landscape photographers as a fall foliage destination. Although some […]

Placey Farm

Red barn and farm reflecting in the Connecticut River

GPS: 44°5’54” N 72°3’2” W NEWBURY If Vermont is the land of pastoral scenes, then Newbury must be the quintessential town radiating a bounty of rural charm. Long ago, when the adjacent Connecticut River teemed with salmon, this place was a favorite of the Pennacook Tribe who had a village here called Cowass. But after the […]

Gifford Covered Bridge

C.K. Smith Covered Bridge

GPS: 43°54’58” N 72°33’17” W RANDOLPH The small town of Randolph is located in central Vermont. It was first settled in 1778 as Middlesex, but later renamed in recognition of Edmund Randolph, the first United States Attorney General. These days, Randolph is a commercial center for smaller, rural farming communities in the vicinity. The village […]

Owl’s Head Overlook

Dramatic clouds above Kettle Pond

GPS: 44°17’53″ N 72°17’41″ W GROTON STATE FOREST Groton State Forest is located in northern Vermont, halfway between St. Johnsbury and Montpelier. The forest comprises nine recreation areas, making this place a haven for photographers and nature lovers alike. OWL’S HEAD OVERLOOK Owl’s Head Overlook is a spectacular vista that looks over Groton State Forest […]

Maple Canopy

A canopy of maple trees in autumn

GPS: 43°24’27” N 72°49’19” W BELMONT VILLAGE Belmont is an unincorporated village in Rutland County, southern Vermont. The village is actually part of the town of Mount Holly. Belmont is a stereotypical Vermont village complete with rustic charm and a General Store that takes center stage just like the “good old days”. MAPLE HILL ROAD […]

The Old Water Mill

Bob's Water Mill

GPS: 43°14’18” N 72°47’49” W Vermont may boast some beautiful farms and barns, but that’s not all. It also claims a high number of covered bridges and several historic mills. Bob’s Water Mill is one of those little gems that most people bypass on their way to Weston. This unassuming and frequently-ignored little mill sits […]

Hear Me Roar

GPS: 43°02’34” N 73°06’09” W Roaring Brook can be counted among the most photogenic streams in New England. It runs along Kelly Stand Road between Arlington and West Wardsboro, Vermont, surrounded by the natural beauty of Green Mountain National Forest. Kelly Stand Road follows the brook for six miles, so there are untold opportunities for […]

Nostalgic Mirror

GPS: 44°33’31” N 71°36’26” W The Old Guildhall Grist Mill is one of my New England favorites. This American classic holds the power to evoke a sense of nostalgia for days gone by. This mill is very well preserved, sporting a colorful red water wheel and slide. In addition, its location is photo perfect, with […]

Vermont Classic

GPS: 44°19’40” N 72°10’30” W I grew up on a dairy farm in a small town, so pastoral settings tend to invoke nostalgia. And nowhere in Vermont is there a better place than Peacham to witness a classic village scene that conjures up memories from the past. This hillside town is stereotypical, with white-steepled church, […]

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