Monday, February 22, 2010

Cold Winter Day, II

Bridgewater, Connecticut


Admin said...

I have enjoyed your pictures of the Connecticut landscape over the past few days. Mostly as a result of trips through CT on I-95, I think of the state as being very urban. You are making me see a more rural view of CT, and I like it.

Carl Weese said...

Edd, that's a common perception because of I-95. In fact CT has relatively little urban area. Even the suburbs are confined mostly to the southern 40% or so of the state and the area around Hartford. The northern half is really quite rural, though working farms are becoming more rare all the time.

Don and Sher said...

And more snow coming. I love Conneticut, I spent a lot of time at Rocky Neck state park on the shore and Lime Rock Park back in the 60's and 70's.
I still go to Lime Rock to see the races and always explore the north and northwest of your state.