Machais Seal Island

August 06, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
I recently ventured to Grand Manan, New Brunswick with a new photography friend to photograph island life and the puffins of Machais Seal Island in the Bay of Fundy. Despite heavy fog during the ferry crossing to the island, the excitement was building as we anticipated photographing puffins, harbors and lighthouses. The fog remained thick througho...
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Sunrises and Sunsets in Life

July 13, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
As I sat on the shores of Lake Willoughby in Vermont last night, hopeful for a sweet golden hour and epic sunset, neither of which transpired, it was the couple in the canoe in the center of this frame that had me thinking. Thinking of opportunities that we do and and don't take. This couple pushed off from shore just prior to the golden hour and a...
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Maple sugaring open house weekend in Vermont-2023

March 28, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
According to the New England Maple Museum: Maple sugaring is a deeply rooted farming tradition that has made Vermont the leading maple syrup producer in the United States. According to the USDA, Vermont produced a total of 2.07 million gallons of maple syrup in 2019! Maple sugaring is an age-old process that was discovered by the Native Americans...
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FOCUS

March 23, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
BIG NEWS! I retired recently, not from photography. That will never happen. Photography is an art that has been looming in the shadows of my life while I fulfilled my full-time profession in finance. Ever since I was a little girl playing pretend at my grandparents roll top desk after each school day, I envisioned myself working in a finance positi...
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Seasoned

February 24, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
Driving the back roads of Vermont and New Hampshire, I marvel at the construction of the old barns still standing, although many leaning long after the farm they once served has long since departed. These structures have character and no doubt were built to stand the test of time and weather conditions. The graying boards reflective of the passing...
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