After yet another snow storm here in the NYC area last week, I decided to grab my weatherproof Pentax DSLR and head down to the beach. Although I'm beginning to despise the cold and snow, I knew that a walk along Connecticut's scenic coastline might restore my faith in Mother Nature's ability to deliver beauty along with torment.
And I wasn't disappointed. Tod's Point in Old Greenwich, CT, formerly a Siwanoy Indian fishing camp, is now a public park with acres upon acres of hiking trails, pristine beaches, and rocky outcroppings along Long Island Sound. It is truly a magical place, in any season.
Here are some of the images I was able to make that snowy afternoon.
Winter's Bones - Tod's PointWinter at Tod's Point, Old Greenwich, CT Winter Respite - Tod's PointKayaks in the snow at Tod's Point, Old Greenwich, CT After the Storm - Tod's PointA snowy scene at Tod's Point, Old Greenwich, CT