Vermont through his eyes

I live in Alabama. Sunday afternoon, i spent working in my gardens–because it was 68 degrees. i had perennials peeking up through the dirt, and yet…i envied Kip’s thigh deep Vermont snow. I love Kip’s photography & he is generous enough to share them with me.

Vermont…i wish i was there

The first image is the state capital in Montpelier, Vermont. (I click my heels…I want to go home, i want to go home. Damn, I’m still in Alabama.) These amazingly beautiful images were taken by Kip Penniman, the lucky guy who lives there.

Vermont through his eyes

When i see Kip’s photography, i beg him to share it on my blog. See, he is where i wish i was. (I have been unable to return to Vermont due to multiple surgeries…but maybe this fall, I will get up there.) Kip (Kingman) is an amazing photographer & he captures everything i love about…

the Vermont snowflakes

These images were taken with a Nikon D80 w/ a 40mm micro lens.  Some images were taken with a 10x magnifying Vivitar filter.  All images were photographed without a tripod–hand held @ about a 30th (or less) of a second.  Kip used a scarf, removed from his freezer, as a soft place for the flakes…