Amidst the medley of memories etched in the celluloid tapestry of time, this snapshot of a storied edifice stands in its resplendent glory. The Minerva Lodge #86 in East Corinth, Vermont is a structure woven into the fabric of cinematic legend, serving as a veritable portal to an era of whimsy and enchantment. It’s as […]
Three greenhouses in Corinth, Vermont, now abandoned, tattered, and tainted by the suffocating grip of decay, stand in eerie silence.
On the outskirts of North Tunbridge lies a forgotten heating and cooling business and its melancholic outbuildings stand sentinel.
This photo was taken by me at Brooks Bluff Cottages one afternoon in 2007, overlooking the St. Croix River in Robbinston, Maine. While I took quite a few photos looking across the river to New Brunswick, Canada, I chose to highlight this one in particular. Thanks to the hills in the background, this was a […]
This photo was taken by me at Brooks Bluff Cottages one evening in 2007, overlooking the St. Croix River in Robbinston, Maine. I took it because the entire world looked just as blue as you see it here, and fortunately, at age twenty, I had the presence of mind that this was a shot worth […]
I had never been to Caribou, Maine. So, when Thomas and I were traveling Route 1 in Maine, I figured, why not check it out? As it happens, there isn’t much to see there. The downtown is mostly abandoned, and perhaps more active when summertime comes, but all the action takes place in the nearby […]
This photo was taken in 2007 on a family vacation trip, on the way home somewhere between Calais, Maine and Bangor, Maine. The original was taken with a Canon (or was it Nikon) point-and-shoot camera, and this version was lovingly edited by Thomas Slatin to make it considerably more artistic. Photo copyright Amelia Desertsong. Related: […]
Colonial Theater, Laconia, New Hampshire, November 7th, 2022. Photo taken by Amelia Desertsong
In early February, on a cloudy, chilly Monday, Thomas and I made our way through the winding roads of Vermont to visit the Fairbanks Museum in St. Johnsbury.
On a cold and cloudy Monday morning in February 2023, Tom and I decided to take a day trip to Glover, Vermont to check out The Museum of Everyday Life. When we arrived after a three-hour trip, it appeared a small, unassuming outbuilding, but inside were a grand variety of obscure curiosities. I’ve never seen so […]