Nature Photography Blog

New Work: Vermont & Acadia

I first traveled to Vermont in the autumn of 2001 when I was still shooting film…seems like a lifetime ago now. I fell in love with the quintessential New England villages, the amazing autumn color of the forests and mountains, the hardy & good nature people of Vermont and of course the Maple Syrup! Thats actually a lie, well the last part, I don’t like Maple Syrup or sweet stuff in general lol. But I love the Northeast especially in the fall.

This past October, marked my tenth year leading workshops in Vermont and Acadia and my 17th year of visiting the Northeast to capture the amazing annual display of color. Here are my favorite images from this past trip. Enjoy!

October Rush, Acadia National Park  Nikon D850, 14-24mm, NISI CPL

October Rush, Acadia National Park

Nikon D850, 14-24mm, NISI CPL

Red Barn at First Light, Northern Vermont  Nikon D850, Nikkor 35-70, Really Right Stuff Tripod

Red Barn at First Light, Northern Vermont

Nikon D850, Nikkor 35-70, Really Right Stuff Tripod

Red Dawn, Acadia National Park, Maine  Nikon D850, 14-24mm, Really Right Stuff Tripod

Red Dawn, Acadia National Park, Maine

Nikon D850, 14-24mm, Really Right Stuff Tripod

Autumn Mosaic, Acadia National Park, Maine  Nikon D850, Tokina 70-200mm, Singh Ray CPL

Autumn Mosaic, Acadia National Park, Maine

Nikon D850, Tokina 70-200mm, Singh Ray CPL

Mirror Reflections, Northern Vermont  Nikon D850, Nikkor 35-70, Really Right Stuff Tripod

Mirror Reflections, Northern Vermont

Nikon D850, Nikkor 35-70, Really Right Stuff Tripod