Author Archives: Vermont Woodchuck

About Vermont Woodchuck

Professional Photojournalist since 1969 with a BFA from SUNY Purchase 1979-Visual Arts. I despise advocacy news journalism. Every photojournalist should be prepared to show their camera RAW images of news events. Reason: RAW images cannot be altered no matter what is done to the finished product.

Signing Off

Vermont Woodchuck passed away  on November 7 after a long struggle with cancer A complete obituary  is available from “KiscoKid4689@gmail.com“.

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Lagniappe

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To the Season

This photo was made in 2008 in Leicester Vermont. To me it captured what rural Vermont was when I was growing up. I saw this farm during the day so I knew where to be for the photo; what I … Continue reading

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To Absent comrades

 

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Morning lunar eclipse

Normally we see a lunar eclipse at some point in the middle of the night, the moon is high in the sky and it becomes almost “seen one, you’ve seen them all” kind of experience. This eclipse however was different. … Continue reading

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11/11/17

For all the Brothers that shed blood with me, I thank you for your service to Our Country.

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On one Moonlit Night…

…this does prowl, vales and hillsides of Vermont on the last night of October. Canines slink away into the shadows; felines of all stripe get their fur raised and backs arched. That’s how you know to shut off lights and … Continue reading

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Visual puns

Something of interest to me ever since I saw some of the Disney features like Dumbo and Song of the South are visual puns. One was “Did you ever hear a diamond ring?” You may without knowing came across others. … Continue reading

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First touch of Winter

The long drought has ended. Rain, day of rain have soaked the soil leaving us with a shortage of around nine inches more to make up for Gaia’s stinginess. What can one expect when there are hordes of misfits torturing … Continue reading

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Floral lure

One of the flowers that attract both humming birds and butterflies is Buddleia, the butterfly bush. I planted fifty feet of them along the fence and they with a small place need pruning every year. there are many varieties, some … Continue reading

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