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Peak Panic

Peak Panic  I have been shooting foliage since the 1970’s. Until around the year 2000, my efforts were sporadic, due to the job, family, etc. After retiring in 1998 I had more time to devote […]

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12 New England Covered Bridges and Waterfalls in Autumn

New England Fall Foliage season has arrived and autumn is one of the photographer’s most favorite times. When the leaves change colors across New England and the canopies display their glorious fall colors it is […]

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10 Plus New England Fall Foliage Hot Spots and Regions

New England autumn colors are legendary and famous throughout the world. The colorful fall foliage spectacle attracts leaf peepers and nature photographers and starts in the northern parts of Maine and Vermont and makes its […]

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Ballooning in Vermont – Post Mills Style

With a title like Ballooning in Vermont, most people likely think this is about the Quechee balloon festival traditionally held on Father’s Day weekend. But I’d like to tell you about a very different hot […]

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An Experience of a Lifetime – Baltimore Oriole Nest

Nothing says spring quite like the melodic whistling song of the Baltimore Oriole. The male, resplendent in his orange and black plumage is a fan favorite of any backyard birder. Several years ago, when I […]

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An Autumn Sampler

  As I write this we are drifting toward the middle of December without any snow in sight. This unnatural extension of the “stick season” provides more time to work through my “pile of leaves,” […]

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Looking Beyond the Physical

Being the new guy on the block I’ve had five years of articles and blogs, precede my being accepted into the Guild. One subject I found missing in this long list of great articles was […]

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