A winter escape from time.
The dome of the State House gleams on an overcast April day in Montpelier, Vermont.
Last light streams into the burial crypt of Amedeo DeAngelis at St. Michael’s Cemetery on Oak Grove Avenue on a July evening.
Touched by many hands, the foot of the bronze “La Becquee” (The Mouthful) by Mathurin Moreau (French, 1822-1912), at Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro, Vermont.
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Silent stone maidens, scarred and worn, surround the tomb of Col. James Fisk, Jr., the infamous robber baron and railroad tycoon; native son of Brattleboro, Vermont, “Jubilee Jim’s” larger-than-life story was cut short in 1872 at 36 years of age by gunfire from a jealous rival.
At the Prospect Hill Cemetery above the Connecticut River, in Brattleboro, Vermont. Fisk’s monument was designed by another esteemed local, sculptor Larkin Mead.
Late on a Sunday, a silent stone maiden casts her eyes downward to the quiet grounds of Prospect Hill Cemetery in Brattleboro, Vermont.
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