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: 44.228112 -72.305549 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 secret […]

Tucker Brook

GPS: 42.826741 -71.708864 MILFORD Milford is a town (population around 15,000) in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. It sits on the Souhegan River in the southern part of the State. The town is nicknamed “The Granite Town” because it was once home to many granite quarries. Among its numerous contributions to architecture, the Milford quarries supplied […]

Race Point Light

GPS: 42.062001 -70.244716 PROVINCETOWN Provincetown is the flamboyant little town that sits on the extreme northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A small coastal resort town with a year-round population of some 3000 residents, Provincetown can grow to 60,000 people with tourists and seasonal residents over the summer months. Provincetown is forever preserved in our colonial history […]

Winter Nights in Acadia

GPS: 44.325345 -68.185792 ACADIA NATIONAL PARK If you live in the northeast, it’s likely that you’ve already visited Acadia National Park in season. The 47,000-acre recreation area lies mainly on Mount Desert Island, featuring a spectacular landscape that includes pink granite cliffs, granite peaks such as Cadillac Mountain, lakes, ponds, and woodlands. But have you […]

Wagon Hill

GPS: 43.129501 -70.871061 DURHAM If you live in New England, you probably recognize Durham as the home to the University of New Hampshire. The town lies near the southeast corner of the State, with a total population of around 15,000 inhabitants. Durham is situated beside the Great Bay at the mouth of the Oyster River. […]

Flume Covered Bridge

GPS: 44.099258 -71.676944 THE FLUME The Flume Gorge is a popular tourist destination at Franconia Notch State Park, in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The gorge is a spectacular national chasm with a two-mile nature walk that includes views of covered bridges, waterfalls, and glacial pools — all in a beautiful […]

East Corinth

GPS: 44.065071 -72.221368 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 of the […]

Crystal Lake

GPS: 43.914526 -71.073862 EATON Eaton is a small town located south of Conway, in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The bigger Conway Lake lies on its northern boundary, while smaller Crystal Lake sits in the center of town. The town was incorporated in 1766, with a population of 395 as of […]

Great Head Peninsula

GPS: 44.327298 -68.175250 ACADIA NATIONAL PARK If you live in New England, you probably already know about Acadia National Park, Maine. The park celebrates it’s centennial this year (2016) as the oldest national park east of the Mississippi River. Acadia is best known for its rugged coast covered in pink granite, and a diversity that […]

Buttonwood Farm

GPS: 41.551713 -71.888294 BUTTONWOOD FARM In 1975, Buttonwood Farm began as a humble dairy farm with an old sawmill to mill its own lumber. But since those early days, the farm has been expanded to produce feed for cattle, milk for wholesale distribution, and beef cattle for resale. And they’ve since rebuilt the old sawmill. […]

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