WINTER

WINTER

Winter in Vermont

SPRING

SPRING

Spring in Vermont

SUMMER

SUMMER

Summer in Vermont

AUTUMN

AUTUMN

Autumn in Vermont

BLACK & WHITE

BLACK & WHITE

Vermont in Black & White

INFRARED

INFRARED

Vermont in Infrared

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Welcome. Landscape Photography is my hobby. For thirty plus years I have been photographing Vermont both as a visitor and part-time resident. The Vermont landscape provides a wonderful pallet for a photographer. Each season is experienced to the extreme and a joy to behold. You can access my photos by selecting any of the gallery links above. Feel free to contact me directly with any comments or questions using the contact page or anywhere on the site that lets you send a message. My blog posts chronicle my Vermont photographic excursions and thoughts in a timely fashion, so check back often. I do photograph in many other places and if you would like to see those photos you can visit my site for all my landscape photography at www.imagesbykevinarmstrong.com Thanks for visiting.

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At the conclusion of each year, its time to look back and take stock of my 2017 Vermont images.  Countless images of all four seasons with one simple goal – find my favorite photos.  The criteria for selection is simple, it has to be one of my favorites.   Picking a...
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Light is the lifeblood of any good photo, in fact, it is the only thing. We get up early to catch morning light and stay out late to catch the last rays of twilight. We look to take advantage of diffused light on cloudy days and directional light when the...
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I like to take photos of Vermont.  It gives me pleasure in many ways, it keeps me outside and moving when I am there.  It allows me to see Vermont in the best light – literally.  Whether it’s a pre-dawn hike, or late afternoon, after sunset, in snow, rain, sleet,...
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February 2017 was Vermont’s second warmest February on record.  However, the month also had above average snowfall. Record warmth and more snow, that’s hard to do.  What effect do these conditions have on landscape photographic opportunities?  The short answer is it makes it more difficult.  To have a record warm...
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In New England, October and Vermont are forever linked.  October is mother nature’s final fireworks show before the long cold realities of winter take over.  Real or a product of tourism marketing skill, it seems mother nature has chosen Vermont to host her party every autumn.  Not all Octobers are...
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This year’s autumn photo trip was four days in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.   A name affectionately coined by a Vermont State senator back in the 1940’s to describe the upper northeast corner of the state.  I also included visits to Groton State Forest and the surrounding towns of Peacham and...
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Now that 2016 is in the books and we crack the seal on a fresh new year, it is only natural to look back and make some assessments.  It is with this reflection in mind that I set out to review the thousands of images taken in 2016 and select...
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All Vermont winters are cold, some are colder than others.  The recent cold snap during the last week of 2017 and the first week of 2018 was particularity brutal – even by Vermont standards.  Morning temperatures routinely hovered around -15°F to -22°F in the Connecticut River Valley region of Vermont. ...
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At the conclusion of each year, its time to look back and take stock of my 2017 Vermont images.  Countless images of all four seasons with one simple goal – find my favorite photos.  The criteria for selection is simple, it has to be one of my favorites.   Picking a...
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