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Two of New England's Great Lakes | Photos of Lake Willoughby and Moosehead Lake

Two of New England’s Great Lakes | Photos of Lake Willoughby and Moosehead Lake
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Contributing photographer Carl Tremblay captured our July/August 2013 cover beautifully from the air of The Birches owner John Willard’s float plane.  Carl captured many stunning images from cover-worthy Moosehead Lake in Maine and Lake Willoughby in Vermont for our travel feature in this issue that features New England’s great lakes.  The images in this slide show are just a few of our favorites from last year that are so evocative of summer on a lake.

To see more of Carl’s work, please visit his photography website: carltremblay.com


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Heather Marcus

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Heather Marcus

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Heather Marcus is the photo editor for the magazine. She works closely with the art director and a large group of contributing photographers. Living in New England, she is inspired by the people, the landscape and the wonderful visual opportunities the region affords.

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