Summer aerial photos of Lake Champlain along Burlington, Shelburne Point, Shelburne Museum and ending with Malletts Bay in Colchester, Vermont. All Photos Nikon D-300 with 28-300mm zoom lens, ISO 500, shutter 1/1000, F/8 through F/16.
The middle of summer in Vermont is a beautiful place to be, especially if your flying along enjoying the scenery and taking a few photos along the way. Starting with the Winooski River, Malletts Bay, North Beach, and Burlington, Vermont waterfront. All photos, Nikon D-7100 with 17-55mm zoom lens, ISO 500, shutter 1/1000, F/8 through F/16.
July 4th is a great time to be in Vermont, especially on Lake Champlain where all the local towns have nice fireworks displays, which make for great photographs. Here are a few small time fireworks on the beach at sunset. All Photos Nikon D-300 with 12-24mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter 30 seconds, at F/22.
Here in Vermont everyone has access to the beautiful waters of Lake Champlain, so if you have a boat, or a friend with a boat, get out on the water. There is something very special about being on the wide open space that is Lake Champlain. The world seems to fade away and all you can think about is the space that the lake allows you to take. All photos Nikon D-300 with 18-300mm zoom lens, ISO 400, shutter 1/500, F/8 through F/16.
It’s spring time in Vermont and that means storm season. This is the time of year to look for dramatic storms of all kinds, lighting, rainbows, wind storms, hail, and lots of heavy rain. The clouds really tell the visual story of what is about to happen and I love chasing them down and taking there picture. All photos, Nikon D-100 with 28-70mm zoom lens.