Thursday, June 19, 2014

Moon Over Lake Willoughby

Another photo from Vermont.  We had one decently clear night to see the stars and moon.  Lake Willoughby, which goes as deep as 300 feet, was formed by a glacier, leaving two small mountains on either side.  You can see the silhouettes here of Mt. Pisgah (left) and Mt. Hor (right).  We managed to climb up both during our trip.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Wheeler Mountain, Vermont

I won't profess to be the best landscape photographer, but it would be pretty hard not to take a decent photo of a place as gorgeous as this.  After a mildly strenuous hike up Wheeler Mountain, we were rewarded with this view.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Lake Willoughby, Vermont on a Cloudy Night

Here's my first processed shot from our recent trip to Lake Willoughby in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.  It is an absolutely gorgeous lake, formed by a glacier millions of years ago.  I highly recommend a visit!  Enjoy!