Waterfall on Thayer Brook, by Richard Wanderman

Waterfall on Thayer Brook
Waterfall on Thayer Brook, by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, March 18, 2015, Appalachian Trail, Kent, Connecticut. Richard says, “Snowshoes south on the AT for a few miles to one of my regular destinations looking for ice and/or falling water.”

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Pine Swamp Beaver Pond, by Richard Wanderman

Pine Swamp beaver pond
“Pine Swamp Beaver Pond” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR. Pine Swamp, West Cornwall, Connecticut, March 6, 2014. Richard says, ” … I snowshoed up to our favorite beaver sanctuary on the Appalachian trail near here.”

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Bee Brook ice locked, by Richard Wanderman

Bee Brook ice locked
“Bee Brook ice locked” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, high contrast JPEG. Macricostas Preserve, Washington, Connecticut, March 1, 2014. Richard says, “Bee Brook was also quite photogenic although it was tough to get down near the water because the snow and ice would collapse under our feet and going into the brook wasn’t something we wanted to do on a cold day…”

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Mt. Race, South Ridge by Richard Wanderman

Mt. Race, south ridge
Mt, Race, south ridge by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr.Sony DSC-RX100II. Southwest Massachusetts, February 4, 2014. Richard says, “This is looking south down the Appalachian Trail toward the Connecticut border and Bear Mountain (just off frame to the right). You can just sort of make out Twin Lakes and Salisbury, Connecticut in the back-left of the frame.”

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Ice on Race Brook, by Richard Wanderman

Ice on Race Brook
Ice on Race Brook, by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, January 13, 2014. Race Brook Falls Trail, Southwest Massachusetts..Richard says, [We] hiked up the Race Brook Falls Trail to the Appalachian Trail intersection and were going to continue up Mt. Race but the ice on the trail was intimidating. Enough ice to slip, not enough to put on micro spikes. So, we turned around and I took a few pictures of large ice crystals growing in slow spots on Race Brook…

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