I'm no Ansel Adams - landscape photography is something I don't practice much and, as a result, I'm not very good at. That didn't stop me from playing with some camera lenses I rented specifically for this trip. The wide angle lens (a 24-70 f/2.8) was by and far my favorite.
What: Some rocks on the shoreline of the lake, which is at the headwaters of the Connecticut River. I always thought I was a 100% beach person, but this spot changed my mind - I could definitely get used to lakeside living.
When: July 2016, while we were on vacation
Why: I probably took these shots while Rich was working with Indie. There were big open fields nearby perfect for dog training.