The forest waits outside, patiently…
A worker maneuvers a floating platform for bridge inspection in Shelburne Falls, MA.
A member of the sunflower family, Jerusalem artichoke blooms in profusion against a backdrop screen of bronze ninebark. I didn’t notice the two visitors ’til today…
The Young and Constantin Gallery sets off a perfect summer sky in tricolor geometry.
Morning slips into the quiet of Chandler Hill burial ground, Colrain’s oldest graveyard (1743).
The Arthur A. Smith covered bridge on Lyonsville Road in Colrain. Built in 1870 and the only Burr arch-truss example remaining in the state of Massachusetts, it spans the North River at 99 feet.
The evening skyline above the west side of Main Street, Brattleboro, VT.
Eric Annis’ miniscule steamboat rocks at its mooring on the West River near The Marina Restaurant in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Spotted in a Chinatown fish market beside a New York City sidewalk, the strangely-named Bombay Duck (a type of lizardfish) has a mouth of nightmarish proportions.
Returning to Vermont with my daughters, at twilight over the Connecticut River.