Jul 4, 2019Tiffany Soukup
I took this photo on a Nikon D7200 with a Tamron wide angle lens 10-24.
Image was taken in raw, high resolution and later put into Lightroom. The dehaze option was used and a little bit of edits to the contrast.
This photo was taken at Seyon Lodge State Park in Groton, Vemont, USA. I was an innkeeper here for three years and love this place. I would go down to the pond almost every morning. This particular morning I almost didn't bother to wake up early. But I got up and all layered up for the winter weather and as I was walking down I saw this image forming from the distance. I just started running to try and capture this moment that did not last long. This lodge is interesting as it's Vermont's only public fly fishing only pond and is at the end of a three mile dirt road. It's open almost year round and provides a unique sense of home of away from home and a place of quiet retreat.
Tiffany Soukup is a writer, photographer, traveler and park ranger. Along with her husband Chris, she usually spends half the year traveling and the other half living in a dreamy forest in Vermont. Travel is her passion and a way in which to make sense of the world.
Twitter : vagabondwaytiffany
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