Considering the Paths We Walk

December 29, 2016
I searched my files this past week for a photograph to consider at year’s end. With this season’s white Christmas, I was determined to find something wintery. Well, the...
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Glimpsing The Greatness of a Commanding Officer

November 17, 2016
Our national calendar is punctuated by two days for remembering those who have served in the military and died in war, Veterans Day and Memorial Day. This photograph was...
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When Photography Works, It’s Like Being There

September 08, 2016
“Vermont is a state of strong weeklies and weak dailies,” wryly observed, The Boston Globe’s legendary editor, Tom Winship, before the Vermont Press Association in 1994....
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Remembering 'Cow Kiss'

May 19, 2016
Each year, for a few glorious days, The Tunbridge World’s Fair rises from morning mists of that marginal time in September when the sun, slipping below the equator, loose...
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A Gosling, A Pair of Chuck Taylors, The Meaning of Life

April 14, 2016
My earliest memory is from a time when I was alone in a crib in a room of a small house on Sunset Drive in Beverly, Mass. The experience precedes any concept of room, or...
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