Because Lisa showed off some scenic shots last week, I decided to go back into my photo folders and do some digging. I didn't have that far to look.
I travel for my job, and my main territory is Connecticut, along with the eastern half of Massachusetts. So, as I was driving back and forth across the Constitution State last fall, I formulated a personal project. My project was to visit and photograph every single state park in CT. There are 53 of them, and I only got to 26 of them. But I don't mind because I really enjoyed walking through the parks. Some of them are beaches, others are forests, and others are mountains. Some of them have marked hiking trails, others have museums or historic sites, and others are just fields or lakes. But Connecticut is a gorgeous state because it really has a little bit of everything. It has big city life and small town life. It has urban and rural atmosphere. It has beaches and mountains. It has dirt roads and major highways.
Basically, in the past 3 years of traveling through it,
I fell in love with CT.
So I am going to focus on my state park pictures for the next few weeks.