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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. Advertisements

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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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Memorial Day and Memories

Photo was taken on Rte 22A just south of Vergennes in June 2007. Some of you may be old enough to remember as kids, buying a roll or two of red, white and blue crepe paper with which we decorated … Continue reading

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Colby Road shed

One of the farm field sheds that has fallen into a dilapidated condition. A few more years and it will fall down on it own.Pen and ink on paper Studio work South Carolina 01/04/2016

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Our Vets

For all those that served and are serving, Thanks from this Vietnam Vet. Studio, Inman, South Carolina 11/11/2015

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Old South Carolina

One more place that still functions now by truck. All the peaches from the local orchards come to this co-op for packing and sales. this is just one of the places that gets the fruit together. But the railhead no … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

In the not so distant past, much of of our clothing was made here in America. With the advent of the union push to raise wages, and the low cost labor in the Asian countries and India the mills slowly … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

Long ago one crop in the South was king and many places were locations for cotton sales. Times changed and jobs moved on but the buildings remained. Now weathered with rusted metal roofs and faded painted signs proclaiming a past … Continue reading

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The Last of Steam Power

Looking at the drive wheel of a Union Pacific Bug Boy engine, one might find it hard to understand how a small driver could produce such power. the drive wheels were small, not like the large ones on passenger locomotives. … Continue reading

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A bit of history

For those of you old enough to remember the early ’70’s, maybe with fondness, maybe not, here’s an image I made while working for the papers. I don’t remember the reason for the visit, probably some urban removal project so … Continue reading

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