After living most of our lives in Northern New England, our home is now CT and the majority of our time is spent in Southern New England. NYC is a place to visit.
Human-made and natural structures beckon to me to capture them in their best light.
Images in this gallery are all special places: along County Road, Guilford in foliage and maple sap seasons; a glacial erratic along the shore of Lost Lake, Guilford, CT; almost 3 years of demolition, excavation and construction plus some recent images of Yale’s Platinum LEED Kroon Hall that houses the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT; interior windows of Trinity Episcopal Church, Branford, CT; Green Animals Topiary Gardens, Portsmouth, RI; winter along the Lieutenant River at the Florence Griswold Museum, Lyme, CT; and winter on the East River Preserve, Guilford, CT; a sunrise and a sunset at Point Judith Light, and vistas of the Great Salt Pond, Narragansett, RI; a summery front porch in Guilford, CT; the Guilford, CT First Congregational Church and Parsonage; late afternoon along the West River from Olmsted Outlook, Guilford, CT; and one of the exhibition tents at the Guilford (CT) Agricultural fair;
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