I thought I would throw everybody off with that title. Soon enough I will be back to shooting the rustic beauty of New England. For now let these photos from the Virgin Islands warm you up. I don’t know the name of this bay, each one seemed more amazing then the last. This one, though, had a perfect curve to the tree line. It is as close as you can get to the golden ratio curve.
We found this cute guy at the Sugarbush Farm in Woodstock Vermont. He was very friendly and great with kids. My son had a great time petting and feeding him. He even came out of his stall to play with us for a little while. The farm it self had a maple syrup and cheese tour and tasting, but since August knew there was a friendly cow outside, he refused to let us partake. Needless to say though, we had a great time wandering around the property on a crisp autumn day.
This weekend Sarah, some friends of ours and I went up to Salem Massachusetts to get a jump start on the season. We had a great time walking around the town and checking out the oddities that inhabit this historical town. This was my first trip to Salem and I must say it was not at all what I expected. It is always described as a sleepy little fishing town, this is not really accurate at all. Actually It feels quite city like. Not down town urban, but very developed. Even though it was what I had envisioned, it was a great trip and I look forward to our next adventure up there.
ISO 200 : 16 mm : ƒ/3.2 : 1/5000 : No Tripod