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Taken by Storms

Over the course of a hot summer day in the suburbs, the thunderheads stack, their bottoms blue like an angry sea, their tops gray as smoke. …

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Water Therapy

The tide chart tells us that around 9:30 a.m., the time will be right for putting our canoe in at Sackett Point. …

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Crossing Paths

Why does one old road become a highway over time and another end up a path through the woods? Why does a city grow up around one historic homestead while another becomes a moss-covered wall that almost no one ever …

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Silver Linings

If the long, socially distant wait for summer has you craving sand and surf, this 2016 photo essay is like an X that marks the spot. Click here to see all 24 photos.

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Striking Gold

The Peabody Museum is closed, and yet, through the documentary magic of photography, you can still go for the gold.

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Flight Club

A photo essay.

The first rule of Flight Club is: You do not talk about Flight Club. Not in English, anyway. …

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Trail Mix

Elders with walking sticks, babies in jogging strollers, dogs walking their families—all humanity, it seems, is making the winding trek…

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Buzz Birds

“Ramshackle” is the word bird watcher Arthur Shippee uses to describe the nests of the great blue herons settling in his Hamden neighborhood. …

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Stone Ages

As we settle into a new status quo, be sure to keep an eye on your vitamins and minerals, starting with this 2016 photo essay.

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City Life

One silver lining of self-isolation: our nonhuman neighbors have the run, swim and fly of the place.

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