In Sight

A photographic journal (mostly) around lower Fairfield County
Curtis Jacobsen walks through the fog and rain around Cove Island Park in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014. Jacobsen has walked nearly every day since June to keep healthy.

The Soggy, Foggy Season

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During one of the many rainy days we have had in this unusual winter I wanted to illustrate what this weird weather looks like. After driving around, nothing really caught my eye until I got to Cove Island Park. From where Curtis Jacobsen is walking in the photograph above, I still could not see the […] [Read More]
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Basketball fight

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During tonight’s basketball game at Stamford High School Danbury’s Corey Brosz and Stamford’s Ancel Nervers got into a fight in the third quarter. Punches were thrown and I happened to catch a few landing on Brosz (ouch!). Four players in total were ejected from the game.       [Read More]
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As Ridgefield High School Girls Basketball Coach, Katie Reed, background, signals for her defender, Kaitlyn Kynast (#43), foreground, to keep her hands up, Jamie Kockenmeister, center, of Greenwich, passes the ball during the game between Greenwich High School and Ridgefield High School at Greenwich, Tuesday night, Jan. 14, 2014.

Hands up hoopsters!

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Foggy night

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Just after shooting the Miss Stamford competition and the Mayor’s Ball on Saturday, January 11, 2014, I grabbed a quick photo of this man walking through the fog to the parking lot.   [Read More]
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Fire and a lifetime of memories…

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Linda Adams, 64, is comforted by daughter Krista, 38, of New Fairfield, after an early morning fire did extensive damage to the home she’s lived in since the age of 2. Everyone got out safely – the dogs , the cats, and five family members. [Read More]
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Trees cast long shadows in a field as a man enjoys a walk at Greenwich Point, Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. While the picturesque park is a popular summertime spot for beachgoers and boaters, winter brings out a stark beauty to be enjoyed by those that prefer the cold and solitude. According to the organization, the Friends of Greenwich Point, the area was used by the Siwanoy Indians as a fishing camp and was called Monakewego – shining sands. The area was once called Elizabeth's Neck for Elizabeth Feake, the wife of Patrick Feake, who along with Daniel Patrick purchased the land from the Indians in 1640. The park has also been known as Tod's Point, named after banker J. Kennedy Tod who made his estate there from 1884-1925. The land was purchased by the Town of Greenwich from the Trustees of Presbyterian Hospital for $550,000 on December 13, 1944.

Season of solitude

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The week's frigid temperatures allow Newtown residents to skate on the frozen Hawley Pond along Main Street in Newtown, Conn. on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014.

Frozen Fun

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This is Judy. She is a hunting dog that belongs to Milford, Conn. resident Bob Danaher, who was taking her for a walk at Eisenhower Park on Saturday January 4, 2014.

Man’s Best Friend

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