Ghost pipe blooms in the deep shade of Pine Heights, a pocket remnant of Gov. Levi Fuller’s estate on Canal Street.
Thunbergia alata makes a bid for freedom, on the back side of the American Building on Main Street.
A cool retreat from the full summer sun at Saint Gaudens National Historic Site.
A late July twilight sinks oh-so-slowly into the shadows on the West River.
Last light streams into the burial crypt of Amedeo DeAngelis at St. Michael’s Cemetery on Oak Grove Avenue on a July evening.
The official registry for the Holstein cattle breed, largest in the world, has been located in Brattleboro, VT since 1903.
Grow where you’re planted. Artwork by Scot Borofsky and grapes by good fortune, in the Harmony Lot, downtown Brattleboro, VT.
Strange sightings, wildlife of a different sort.
Erstwhile on Main Street.
Evening perspective from BMAC during Gallery Walk last Friday in Brattleboro, VT.