We went to Vermont this weekend for the ward camp-out (more details will follow) where I tried to practice my photography. Like many things, I want to be an instant pro at photography and I am struggling to find the patience to put in the work it takes to get good. This weekend I found it best to keep my camera literally strapped to my body at all times (looking like a bedraggled tourist I'm sure) and just snap anything that caught my eye, I found my best shots came from things that held still. As you may guess from the pictures it rained a lot.
"The Old Stone Bridge"
This is an actual stone bridge constructed in the 1700's near Joseph Smith's birthplace in Sharon, Vermont. The grooves from passing wagon wheels are still visible in the rocks.