This past fall I spent a lot of time hiking around Round Pond in the Kennebec Highlands.
Early fall on a pond in Hidden Valley conservation area in Jefferson, Maine.
It’s always fun to kayak in the early morning fog. I was camping at a Nature Conservancy campsite on the shore of Hurd Pond and set out before the sun broke through the fog.
A sunset at one of our town parks. This is one of the very first photographs I made with a digital SLR back in 2003.
McGrath Pond in Maine’s Belgrade Lakes region on a late November afternoon.
Revisiting the same places during different times of the year is a good way to capture the cycle of the seasons. I often go to a pond that’s close to home. It’s different every time.
A misty fall morning near Long Pond in Maine’s Belgrade Lakes region.
Late fall pond reed after early morning rain.
A tranquil morning on Lower Togue Pond in Baxter State Park.
Fall comes to Round Pond in the Kennebec Highlands. This stand of red pines is one of my favorites.