Kent, Connecticut. This is a repeat of a group of trees I’ve photographed a lot as they’re quite spectacular.
Hiking south along the Appalachian trail on Schaghticoke Ridge we crossed Thayer Brook where we came upon a small grove of large tulip trees. One tree has three trunks, the other two.
Some of these images were taken with a new Sony RX100 II, some were taken with a Ricoh GR. In short, the Sony’s articulated LCD is wonderful for these kinds of shots but the Ricoh’s ergonomics and speed are second to none. Both cameras have their strengths and weaknesses which are overlapping so I thought it would be good to carry both.
This last one was taken with the Ricoh GR, the rest were taken with the Sony RX100 II.