For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
No words needed.
Thank you Mark.
Alan - lots of good reasons for sure! I was surprised that you didn't include a picture of the amazing colors on an eastern brook trout :)
MarkThanksYou know as well as I that the journey is most prized.
Agreed Alan. Agreed.Will
HibernationThanksSome how Will I knew you would agree.
You will get no argument from me - I look forward to all your posts - I live vicariously through your blog when I am not on one of my Vermont brooks. Thanks for many wonderful experiences.Take care, Ed
Edward PirieThanksEd I hope your time on such brooks will come soon. True pleasure awaits.
Told my neighbor I was going to Colorado again this year and would continue to stand in the rivers as long as I'm able. 76 yrs old and catching a fish is just a bonus. The being in the river is the blessing as your pictures reveal.
the ChaplainThanksSir I congratulate you on being able to find the enjoyment to seek such places. At 76 God bless you and your season.
I heard every word crystal clear! The only point I would add would be a picture of beautiful "wild jewel".
Chris "Kiwi" KuhlowThanksChris I remember you saying in a e-mail to me "you get it". From this post I see we are not alone.
Just Awesome Al!!!! The old saying "A Picture is worth a thousand words". Your photographic essay speaks volumes!!
TROUTIThanksPete a word meister I'm not, besides nature better story teller.
AlanOnce again... your backyard is awesome!
thedeadfisherThanksJohn it is indeed a beautiful play ground.
Those are some pretty excellent reasons.
RM LytleThanksRowan you do have a handle on all that these photos speak of....stay with it.
AlanThose images say it all, just beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing
Bill TrussellThanksBill you are on the same page.
Fly fishing for trout specifically take us to some of the most wonderful places on earth, your images reflect that very well . Nice photos Alan.
Brad BasehoreThanksBrad that is so much a part of this passion we have.
Jim Yaussy AlbrightThanksI appreciate it Jim.
Beautiful! That says it all right there. Do you ever make prints of your photos? Some of those would look good above your fly tying desk for example I think.
David KnappThanksDave I do make prints of some of my favorites. While they are not framed I do keep them close. I have a book that I keep on my desk that has given me so much inspiration. In that book are the photos.
John GarlockThanksJohn those two words say so much.
Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing!
KlagsThanksAdam I appreciate your comment.
I don't know if I've ever mentioned before Alan, but you're a pretty good photographer as well as storyteller. I feel lucky to know you.
Howard LevettThanksHoward, I owe it all to the camera...
Perfectly explained my good man, this year be the year for tight lines I'm sure.
John WooldridgeThanksJohn tight lines for sure.
Breathtaking pics! I've recently purchased ATN X-SIGHT II HD 5-20x from here: http://www.atncorp.com/smart-hd-weapon-sight. It's able to make Full HD videos and photos, so can't wait to go fishing for the next time and make great photos on my own)))
Peter JohnsonThanksPeter that's awesome. Nice memories in keeping.