November in New England what we call 'stick season'. Leafless trees a cedar shingled house hidden amongst the trees. I went to visit an old grist mill nearby which has been milling grain since the late 1880's only to find that just behind the quaint mill was a spectacular view of the reservoir. Although it was a mostly gray day the sun light was perfect for capturing a reflection of the neighboring houses and trees on the water. This picture was taken about 3 years ago but I need to plan a visit again as I can only imagine the view covered in snow or during the peak of fall.
Also available in black and white.
February 20th, 2021
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