Photographs by Frank

13 January 2022

Greetings From Brattleboro, VT

Filed under: architecture,Landscapes,Misc.,Winter — Frank @ 11:30 PM

This afternoon, I made a visit to the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro to see the members exhibition. I have two prints in the show.

After I finished taking in the exhibit, I took a walk around downtown with camera in hand.

There were few people around even though it was quite mild. The temperature was right around freezing. I’m not much of a “people photographer anyway. However, I found plenty of other things to photograph.

This is probably not the impression of Brattleboro that the Chamber of Commerce would like one to have… but here it is!

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Once I warmed up my visual sensibility, as I often do, I saw interesting details everywhere.

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The alley way that runs behind the buildings on the east (river) side of Main Street is, most definitely, not what most visitors see of Brattleboro. It is interesting none-the-less.

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  1. I enjoyed this series very much, Frank. And the “If not for the birds…” image could be my mantra. Do you mind if I share it, with credit of course, on Facebook?

    Comment by Pat Nelson — 14 January 2022 @ 1:28 AM

  2. REALLY out of your comfort zone with these, Frank! However, once your “visual sensibility” warmed up, you were back on being Frank.

    Kudos for getting out and about.

    Found a bison in my mailbox, are you missing one??

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 16 January 2022 @ 12:57 PM

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