On a recent outing to Middlebury, Vermont, I shot a couple photos of the river that runs through town called Otter Creek. It turns out that Otter Creek is actually the longest river in Vermont, running for 112 miles, with 32 miles of it running through the Otter Creek Swamps Natural Area run by The Nature Conservancy. I took both a portrait shot and a landscape shot. The landscape photo is used as the featured image for this edition of Photophile Musings. Below is the portrait shot for your enjoyment.