Line was once a railroad renowned for its relatively straight course
from Boston to New York - "as if by a line drawn through the
air." You can still find lumps of coal left over from the steam
era. Today the rail bed has been converted to a Connecticut linear
park and hiking trail.
At this web site you'll find over 12,000 photos and video clips of the natural environment
- plants, animals, and landscapes - taken on the Air Line Trail in
eastern Connecticut, from the Fall of 2001 until the present.
Raptor Portraits - Taken at CT Audubon, Glastonbury, Nov 2014
Giant Swallowtail - Life Cycle, Fall, 2014
Rapid Bioassessment by Volunteers Guide to Stream Insects
Trail Maps and Directions - Trail History
2014 Hunting Seasons
About the Photos - About Stan - Contact Stan
"Mates" - First Prize, Connecticut Audubon Society
Photo Contest, 2009.
don't need to leave your room.
Remain sitting at your table and listen.
Don't even listen, simply wait.
Don't even wait.
Be quite still and solitary.
The world will freely offer itself to you.
To be unmasked, it has no choice.
It will roll in ecstasy at your feet.
It's simple, really;
Becoming one with nature.
Look, listen, let go.