Tag: nature photography

As the Maples Begin to Change Their Wardrobes – Photophile Musings

It’s the coming of autumn here in Central Vermont, but the leaves aren’t quite yet falling down. But, the trees are already beginning to change color, especially the sugar maples. This is one of my favorite times of the year as a record hot summer here in the Northeast finally gives way to soft, refreshing […]

Scenes from Acadia National Park – Photophile Musings

These black and white photographs were taken by me, Amelia Desertsong, at the Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine, around the time of my birthday in May 2021. This was the first true test of the Fuji Film camera we purchased, and black and white film was used for artistic purposes. While both Thomas […]

Lake St. Catherine State Park, Vermont – Photophile Musings

Here are a small selection of photos from the Lake St. Catherine State Park in Poultney, Vermont. This park is only a few miles from our home in Central Vermont. While it’s incredibly busy at ground level, if you’re willing to hike a bit, there are some beautiful nature views. This state park is better […]

Photophile Musings: Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park in Vermont

On May 25, 2021, Thomas Slatin and I paid a visit to one of the newest state parks in Vermont called Taconic Mountains Ramble. Not only is the entry free, but it’s one of the more impressive state parks she and I have personally seen – and we have been to many in the Northeast […]

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