Monthly Archives: June 2018

When Your B-Roll Becomes Your A-Roll

Lake Champlain sunrise. Still mostly dark. Then an explosion of fiery day over the silhouetted Green Mountains in Vermont, over the slightly refracting waters of the lake… It’s mornings like this when your B-roll becomes your A-roll! It’s mornings like … Continue reading

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Beatrice’s Boathouse Portrait: Lake Champlain Mirror Morning

Many thanks to Beatrice Disogra for this beautiful boathouse portrait. It was one of those Lake Champlain mirror mornings… It was such a mesmerizing effect that I wandered around in the early light watching the morning unfold in duplicate. Here’s … Continue reading

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Morning Meander

My best days at Rosslyn start with a mellow morning meander to the waterfront to watch the sun rise up out of the Green Mountains. Or to the vegetable gardens and orchard to pick fresh fruit while sipping my tea. … Continue reading

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Rosslyn Featured in Old House Journal

Exactly three years ago on June 3, 2015, Old House Journal published an article about Rosslyn. Time for a flashback! Regina Cole’s story and Carolyn Bates’s photographs are entitled, “Beguiled into Stewardship“, and you can find their original article here. (Note: the print … Continue reading

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