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Autumn Field

A very import rule in landscape photography is to always look behind you! It doesn’t matter whether I’m shooting an old barn in Vermont or a beautiful sunrise on the coast of Maine. I always take the time to stop what I’m doing and look at what is going on behind me. More times than not, … Continue reading Autumn Field

The Vase

A deteriorating silo that mother nature has claimed as a vase. Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. Albert Camus Thanks for taking a peek and please feel free to share. SeanFarrington.com

Vermont Life Magazine

Last month I was super excited to learn that one of the images that I submitted to Vermont Life for their Autumn issue was choosen for a full page photo on page 1. For me photography is not about being published or selling my work, it is more of a creative release. It's what helps me to escape the … Continue reading Vermont Life Magazine

Gentleman’s Farm

Looking for a small change of scenery, I took my camera for an early morning drive over to Woodstock and then into Pomfret. I've known about this barn for some time but hadn't taken the time to go and explore the location before now. I'm very happy that I made the trip. It was foggy for … Continue reading Gentleman’s Farm

Boneyard Beach

A little while back my wife and I took our son to Disney World for our family vacation. He loved it!! He had a 24/7 smile the whole time we were there. As a father, I couldn't have asked for a better vacation. As a landscape photographer, I also wanted to explore Florida's coastal landscape. … Continue reading Boneyard Beach

Cresting the Ridge

Photographic opportunities are only limited by one’s own imagination. Some of the best photographers of our time, people like Ansel Adams, Clyde Butcher and Minor White all have one thing in common; imagination. The ability for them to look at a scene and use only light and a camera to create an image that makes … Continue reading Cresting the Ridge