Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL: On Monday morning I was up at 5:30 to catch sunrise light and fog, but I lacked a clear destination. Fate brought me here to Burr Pond, up where waters bound for the Naugatuck River collect behind an 1851 dam built by Milo Burr to power a tannery and three saw mills. In 1857, it was the site where Gail Borden built the world's first factory for condensed milk, an important part of the diet of Northern Soldiers during the Civil War. It was initially developed as a park by the CCC.

The sun had been up for 90 minutes by the time I got to Burr Pond and the fog was not especially photo friendly, but the water was still, the air was warm and the birds were singing.


4 comments:

Tim Rice said...

I love the textured reflection! A great photo!

Ted Roth said...

Thanks, Tim.

Trotter said...

Absolutely stunning!!

Ted Roth said...

I know, your kind of island. Alas, no cruise ships here. It's only three feet across.