A walk along the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

I’ve passed over the Middlebury Gap many times and each time, on my way somewhere else, I remind myself that one day I will stop and explore the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail. On this sunny winter afternoon, I make it a destination.

New Year's Day

I can think of no better way to ring in the new year than venturing out in the early morning on New Year’s day to photograph my own town. The light is beautiful and the streets of Randolph are empty.

The last of the Autumn foliage

We are well into stick season in Central Vermont. However as I travel into the valley areas, particularly in the western part of the state, I'm still finding remnants of the Fall colors. For the most part though, the hills have transformed to umber, dappled with dark green, burnt orange and occasional splashes of brilliant gold.

The road to Walden

Anyone who has explored the back roads of Vermont probably knows that one can end up in some very interesting situations. For this journey I am equipped with a nimble small SUV and a navigation system. But even with those aids, I failed to make it to Walden today.

Johnson...no, maybe Waterville

At this stage, choosing which towns to visit is a bit like throwing darts at a map. To get the most out of the Fall foliage season, I decide to go north early on, moving south as the foliage fades. Today, I decided to start out in Johnson.

The start of a photographic journey

Today I set out to photograph all 251 of Vermont's towns. An ambitious feat on its own, I am further challenging myself to complete the project in 365 days.