Vermont is known for it’s local organic food and fresh produce, as in these food photographs taken outside in there natural setting. All photos, 6×7 medium format film camera at 1/30 at F/32.
The sunset’s and the weather this summer have been wonderful. On a beautiful calm sunny sunset evening I caught these paddle boarders on the open waters of Lake Champlain off Oakledge Park in Burlington, Vermont enjoying the view. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 800, shutter priority set at 1/320, F/11 at 220mm, F/10 at 95mm, F/10 at 68mm, F/8 at 220mm, F/7.1 at 230mm, F/10 at 195mm, F/9 at 270mm, and F/5.6 at 145mm.
One of the best places to photograph a sunset in Burlington, Vermont is Red Rocks Park. You have easy access to Lake Champlain and all the red rocks at sunset just come alive with color. All photos Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 500, shutter 1/400, F/11 at 68mm, F/8 at 105mm, F/7.1 at 135mm, F/13 at 210mm, F/13 at 200mm, and F/13 at 135mm.
I was out sailing the waters of Shelburne Bay on Lake Champlain when I came across this sailboat called a Moth, and what a wild boat it is, planning on it’s foil. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter priority set at 1/500, F/10 at 220mm, F/10 at 68mm, F/11 at 120mm, F/11 at 195mm, F/11 at 210mm, and F/11 at 175mm.
This is prime kayak season in Vermont, with all the warm days and water. The LaPlatte River at the mouth of Shelburne Bay on Lake Champlain is a super great kayaking location. The river twist and turns and sometimes seems like the Amazon River with all the wildlife. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter 1/320. F/10 at 175mm. F/11 at 155mm. F/10 at 220mm. F/10 at 125mm.
It’s amazing what you see when you slow down and walk, as in these Vermont Lake Champlain Shelburne Bay wildlife, people, and nature photographs. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter priority set at 1/400. First photo, F/10 at 300mm. F/10 at 210mm. F/14 at 270mm. F/13 at 220mm. F/8 at 145mm. F/9 at 195mm.
Boating on Lake Champlain is so beautiful, everywhere you look there are great pictures to be taken. I was south of Quaker Smith and took these pictures of boaters and the Adirondack Mountains with sparkling water. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter priority set at 1/400. First photo F/13 at 100mm. F/13 at 125mm, F/13 at 190mm. F/13 at 230mm. F/13 at 250mm. Sixth, 1/60 at F/5.3 at 60mm.
Late afternoon sunset light is so perfect on the Burlington, Vermont waterfront park. The people, scenery, architecture, and watercraft of all sizes, including personal watercraft like these kids having fun on a warm summer day. All photos, Nikon-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter 1/500. First photo, F/11 at 165mm. Second, F/8 at 260mm. Third, F/6.3 at 300mm. Forth, F/6.3 at 300mm. Fifth, F/6.3 at 300mm.
The Burlington Community Boathouse was first designed by Marcel Beaudin architect, and what a beautiful and lasting design it has been. It is the center of Burlington, Vt’s waterfront, and always a great subject to photograph in all kinds of light. Here are a few from last week. All photos Nikon D-7100 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter 1/500 at F/11. Zooms, 48mm, 44mm, 155mm, 18mm, 18mm, and 125mm.