Lake Cottage

June 20, 2013  •  3 Comments

Lake Cottage 0088 This image is a shot of my favorite home (other than mine) on our lake - Lake Rescue in Ludlow, Vermont. Everything in this picture is classical New England lakeside. From the wood shingle siding, to the Andirondack chairs on the dock, to the wooden Larson "Knock on Wood" the elements are iconic to New England. The vegetation at the water's edge not only captures a New England lakeside feel, but it is environmentally far better than the over-fertilized and herbicide laden lawns that water side homes exhibit today. This image was taken as the sun peaked over the mountains to the right giving nice highlights. Being Vermont in early June the temperature was 41 when I got in my Whaler at 6A. Nikon D300, Tamron [email protected], f5, 1/500s, ISO 1000.


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Ann Littlefield Coleman(non-registered)
I love to see places like this, and so untouched. It must be a great feeling to sit on the dock and have that first cup of coffee with your coat on. I am like Edie's comment; A little cold for us Midwesterners in June. How lucky you are to have such a contented setting to pass by on your morning picture taking.
Edie Littlefield Sundby(non-registered)
The photo and the house are lovely ... but not sure about the 41 degrees in the morning in mid June :)
Rod(non-registered)
Beautiful! Mice to see the D300 and 70-300 back in use!
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