All Saints’ Day: Classic Vermont Churches

November 1, 2009Churches, photography 2 Comments

Starksboro First Baptist Church Lincoln United Church First Congregational Church in Manchester Village Weston Community Church In honor of All Saints’ Day, here are some photos of Vermont churches in Starksboro, Lincoln, Manchester and Weston. (I have a special affinity for the last photo — I was married in the Weston Community Church in 2004). … Read More

Chittenden Reservoir is the Heart of Vermont’s Largest Town

October 23, 2009canoeing, Chittenden Reservoir, kayaking, Rutland County, trails, travel 3 Comments

Chittenden Reservoir is tucked away between Pittsford and Killington in a rural area surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest. A favorite among outdoor enthusiasts, the reservoir is owned by Green Mountain Power (formerly CVPS) and began providing renewable energy in 1909. Near the boat launch at the south end of the reservoir is a … Read More

Say Cheese

October 17, 2009Billings Farm and Museum, horses, photography, Woodstock 1 Comment

I don’t spend much time photographing animals (other than my cats). They tend to ignore whatever I want them to do and usually look the other way as soon as I pick up my camera. I was going through some photos today and came across this image taken in the spring at Billings Farm & … Read More

Columbus Day Weekend

October 11, 2009fall, Lincoln, photography, Starksboro, Underhill 1 Comment

Here are some fall foliage photos I took over the weekend in Lincoln (top), Starksboro (middle) and Underhill (bottom). The colors are a bit past peak near my home in Underhill, but the foothills are still glowing. Right now there’s incredibly bright fall foliage in the central and southern sections of the state, especially near … Read More

Jericho Settlers’ Farm in Jericho, Vermont

October 7, 2009art gallery, Chittenden County, farm, food, Jericho, photography, watercolors

Jericho Settlers’ Farm is a small working farm committed to growing local food for the community. The farm, located on Barber Farm Road in Jericho, was established in 2002 by Emilie Alexander, her daughter Christa Alexander, and Christa’s husband Mark Fasching. Last year, my husband and I participated in the farm’s community supported agriculture (CSA) … Read More