Holiday Lights, Ivoryton, CT

December 7, 2017

At this time of the year, the town green in Ivoryton becomes, in the words of one local wag, “kinda like Las Vegas” (400,000 lights!!! the state’s largest living Christmas tree!!! etc. etc.) Here’s hoping they toned down the flashing lights this time around, but in any case, it’s magical and worth a trip.

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The traffic through the channel here at the Clothesline Dock in North Cove is mostly pleasure boats, but every decade or so, a vehicle like this comes through to clean up the silty sediment that accumulates over time. The work itself seems to be synced to the tides; bringing new sound – not unpleasant – to sleep and dreams.

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The Last Leg, Old Saybrook, CT

November 30, 2017

Here’s one from the article that captures the gestalt of the whole day nicely – coming into the barnyard for the drop off – the day’s work nearly done, for the oxen anyway.

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Team Of Six Article

November 29, 2017

The November 2017 issue of INK magazine carried my article, Team of Six, which I will share in its entirety as soon as the publisher sends off the PDF version. It’s a six page spread, with sixteen photographs in all. For now, you can still get the issue around the area (free!), and see some of the photographs from my visit to Earl’s farm here.

NOTE: full PDF can be found here.

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November Trail, Madison, CT

November 25, 2017

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A Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, circa 1962, that just happened to be in the neighborhood. R-R first blipped on my radar screen in the mid 60’s via the television show Burke’s Law. This car reminds me of our family car back then – a 1951 Dodge (and really I understand your amusement). That Dodge was one of the first automobiles I photographed, with a Kodak Instamatic, my first ever camera.

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Dreamscape, Island Pond, VT

November 4, 2017

Revisited this series – one was posted in October of last year – just can’t get enough of Island Pond and the Northeast Kingdom, granted, from a warm, wood heated living room far to the south.

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