I found myself in New London on business this afternoon, and decided to pay a visit to one of my favorite state parks on the way home. The long and frustrating drive out to Pachaug State Forest proved unfruitful, however – despite the assuring promises of the DEP website, the rhododendrons in the sanctuary were not in bloom. Still, I snapped a few photos of the cedar bog and got this serviceable portrait of a sprout nestled in peat moss. Free for my readers – please link to my blog if you use it.
I used the Canon T3i today, 1/100 sec; f/4.0; ISO 100; 28mm.