It’s the coming of autumn here in Central Vermont, but the leaves aren’t quite yet falling down. But, the trees are already beginning to change color, especially the sugar maples. This is one of my favorite times of the year as a record hot summer here in the Northeast finally gives way to soft, refreshing […]
This photograph is an orange coneflower that grows on our property in Vermont. While it was taken in more of an artistic style, this photo was taken specifically to be cataloged on a website which tracks wildlife and plant life around the world. However, the app turned out to have a nasty community, and after […]
This photo was taken with our Fuji Film camera by me on our property of a couple of posts that used to denote a road that led to the small barn that no longer exists in the field. We removed these posts in 2022, as they deteriorated rapidly over a rough 2021 winter.
This photo was taken with our Fuji Film camera on our property as I was first messing around with it trying to be artistic. I peeked through the undergrowth to the river behind our house and the sky was a certain sort of bright to give the photo a very ethereal exposure in black and […]
When I was younger, I actually owned a vintage typewriter; I believe it formerly belonged to a family member. It was painted a pale green, and I can’t recall the brand, but it actually still worked. In the late 90’s, though, it was impossible to acquire a new ribbon for it. Nowadays, they actually produce […]
At the top of the Mount Zion Minor trail inside Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park in Vermont, there is a gorgeous view of the mountains around. Also there were some stones that were curiously arranged to spell out TOM. Being that I am married to one Tom Slatin, I couldn’t help but marvel at the […]
Niagara Falls, New York is a place many associate with romance. It’s considered to be an important vacation destination, and it’s regarded by many as a truly impressive spectacle as a natural wonder. Now, yes, it’s particularly impressive from a practical power generation standpoint. But, when I had the chance to beat the crowds and […]
On a recent outing to Middlebury, Vermont, I shot a couple photos of the river that runs through town called Otter Creek. It turns out that Otter Creek is actually the longest river in Vermont, running for 112 miles, with 32 miles of it running through the Otter Creek Swamps Natural Area run by The […]