• Delta Park in Colchester

    Delta Park in Colchester is a 55-acre peninsula where the Winooski River empties into Lake Champlain. The park includes the Island Line Trail, a 12-foot wide elevated walkway and bike path that gives visitors access to this restricted wildlife area. In designated areas you can...

  • The Floating Bridge on Sunset Lake

    The small town of Brookfield is probably best known for the Floating Bridge across Sunset Lake. Built in 1820 and replaced six times since, it's the only floating bridge east of the Mississippi. The one-lane bridge was last reconstructed in 1978 and relies on 380 floats...

  • Stick Season in Vermont

    Most people who live in Vermont know all about stick season, that stark yet beautiful time of year between late October and early December. Stick season is usually pretty quiet around Vermont since the leaves are mostly gone and the snow has yet to fall. But...

  • Equinox Pond in Manchester
    Equinox Pond in Manchester

    One of my favorite places in Vermont is Equinox Pond, a scenic and peaceful spot located near the base of Mount Equinox in Manchester. Whenever I'm in Manchester (my hometown), I try to set aside some time to walk around the pond and admire the...

  • Protected Places: Mills Riverside Park

    Mills Riverside Park in Jericho is enjoyed year-round for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, fishing, and local community events. The park, located off Route 15, includes 216 acres of open meadows and forested hillside.Established in 1999 by the Jericho-Underhill Land Trust, the park preserves one of...

  • All Saints' Day: Classic Vermont Churches

    Starksboro First Baptist ChurchLincoln United ChurchFirst Congregational Church in Manchester VillageWeston Community ChurchIn honor of All Saints' Day, here are some photos of Vermont churches in Starksboro, Lincoln, Manchester and Weston. (I have a special affinity for the last photo -- I was married in...

  • Autumn Gray and Gold

    I drove up to Vermont's Champlain Islands for a meeting this week and was hoping to take some scenic photos along the way. Unfortunately, the weather turned rainy and gloomy as soon as I arrived. Still, the orange and yellow leaves against the gray sky...

  • Chittenden Reservoir is the Heart of Vermont's Largest Town

    Chittenden Reservoir is tucked away between Pittsford and Killington in a rural area surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest. A favorite among outdoor enthusiasts, the reservoir is owned by Green Mountain Power (formerly CVPS) and began providing renewable energy in 1909. Near the boat launch...

  • A New Life for the Martin Bridge in Marshfield

    The 44-foot long Martin Bridge, among the last of Vermont's agricultural covered bridges, straddles the Winooski River in Marshfield. Built in 1890, the bridge is believed to be the only one in Vermont that never had an actual road cross through it. Martin Bridge was built...

  • Say Cheese

    I don't spend much time photographing animals (other than my cats). They tend to ignore whatever I want them to do and usually look the other way as soon as I pick up my camera. I was going through some photos today and came across this...