Wind Ridge Publishing photographer Nathanael Asaro introduces work

Canoeing at the Missisquoi wildlife refuge in Swanton. Photo by Nathanael Asaro
Canoeing at the Missisquoi wildlife refuge in Swanton. Photo by Nathanael Asaro

Staff report

Nathanael Asaro, 24, of Burlington grew up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont hiking, snowboarding, cross country skiing, canoeing, camping, viewing wildlife and enjoying many other outdoor activities. He spent much of his time exploring Vermont landscapes. From mountain tops to waterfalls and bogs, he said he loves the diversity of environments Vermont has to offer.

His interest in photography began in elementary school when he used to take photos with his grandfather’s camera. In college, he decided to study photography. He found his passion and strength was in landscape/nature, outdoor lifestyle and product photography.

“The experience I had growing up in Vermont gave me a deep appreciation for the natural world and the way humans interact with it,” he said. “With my camera I hope to bring awareness to the importance of nature by sharing the beauty I see in it. I am constantly learning new things about the craft of photography and the land I love and call home.”

More of his work below:

Ryan Perryman getting some fresh snow in the Stowe backcountry.
Ryan Perryman getting some fresh snow in the Stowe backcountry.
Looking North at the chin of Mt. Mansfield.
Looking North at the chin of Mt. Mansfield.
Looking South at the chin from Cambridge.
Looking South at the chin from Cambridge.

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