is a series of landscapes I shot in November 1996. It portrays my favorite season (visually) of the year. In Vermont we call it "Stick Season" After all the leaves are off the trees and before the ground gets covered with snow, there is a certain stark beauty in seeing the landscape at its core. Its a time of year when Vermont is finally devoid of tourists and left to those who live and work here year round. I hope you enjoy them!
All images shot on 35mm film (mostly TMAX 100). Images scanned on an
Epson Perfection 3200 Flatbed scanner and edited in Adobe Photoshop CS.
photography is a passion I am constantly working at perfecting. Some of my recent
efforts for clients and for myself are included.