2019 Scenic Vermont Photography Calendars!

2019 Scenic Vermont Photography Calendars!

My 2019 Calendars display stunning photography of Vermont’s landscapes, farms and covered bridges. You’ll see the beauty of Vermont’s rural and urban landscapes during all four seasons.
This year, I have two different cover photographs. One of the Nolan Farm in West Arlington and the other cover is of the Upper Cox Brook Covered Bridge during a snow storm.
My calendars have made great Christmas presents for the last 5+ years!.

Calendar Details –
11″ x 8.5″, coil binding, white interior paper (100# weight), full-color interior ink
Interior Color: Full-color
Paper Quality: 100#
Cover Finish: Gloss
Shipping Origin: Global
You can order your calendars from these links – Upper Cox Covered Bridge Cover OR Nolan Farm in West Arlington Cover

Still only $14.99 (Plus tax, shipping and all those other hidded charges). Basically, $20.00 each. Totally worth it.

The watermarks will NOT appear on the actual calendar.

 

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Summer at Harris Hill Ski Jump in Brattleboro

Summer at Harris Hill Ski Jump in Brattleboro

I get this strange feeling that if you slapped on a pair of skis and went for a run, things could get ugly real fast.

Harris Hill Ski Jump is a ski jump in Brattleboro VT. The event hosts annual ski jumping competitions. The original jump was built in 1922, and was closed for renovation in 2005. The jump was reopened in 2009 after a $600,000 renovation

 

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The Estey Organ Company in Brattleboro, Vermont

The Estey Organ Company in Brattleboro, Vermont

For a century the Estey Organ Company in Brattleboro, Vermont was the largest Organ (music) manufacturer in the United States. In 1852 Jacob Estey founded the company and bought out another Brattleboro manufacturing business. At its peak, the company employed more than 500 people, and sold its high-quality items as far away as Africa, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. Estey built around 500,000 to 520,000 pump organs between 1846 and 1955. Estey also produced pianos, made by the Estey Piano Company in New York City.
Interesting read –

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