Camel’s Hump is one of the touchstones of living in Central Vermont, so much so that it was selected to grace the back of Vermont’s 25-cent piece several years ago. You can see the mountain, with its unique shape, from many places within a 100 miles of here and, as a result, I have photographed it often and never tire of seeing it. I made this dramatic photograph of summer clouds several years ago:
Whenever I visit to my friends at Good Heart Farmstead, high up on the hills above Worcester, I look forward to seeing the mountain tucked in the distance between the hills across the valley. This small view of such a familiar icon is a gem and the fact that I have to look hard to see it adds to my pleasure.