Natalie
Stultz

Yearly Archives: 2010

For the past few months I photographed a project at Juniper Hill Farm, where I grew up in Williston, Vermont. The barn was built in 1843, and the brick house in 1856.  It was a wonderful place to grow up. Lots of land and space and places to ride our horses and ponies.  ( Yes,…

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  • Diana Doll

    Natalie – Nice work! I’m enjoying your blog & commentary. Regards, DD

A tribute to our dear sister-in-law, Elizabeth Altman, who passed away today after a courageous battle with brain cancer.  Her spirit, joy, and love shine through in these images with my brother Kevin and their son Gabriel. My eyes already touch the sunny hill. going far ahead of the road I have begun. So we…

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  • Natalie.
    Your photos tell such a beautiful story about love. Thank you for sharing these. They are a wonderful gift for your brother and his son, now. My prayers are with all of you.
    Carolyn

  • Art Duboyce

    Incredible pictures Natalie..

  • Enid and Geoff Fitzpatrick

    Thank you very much for sending the beautiful pictures of Elizabeth, Kevin, and Gabriel. You have certainly captured her lovely spirit, and the relationship among them. We are very sorry that Kevin and Gabriel and the resat of the Family have had to suffer this loss.

    Love,
    Enid and Geoff

  • Erma Stultz

    Images of peace and love and beauty – a treasure

  • Kevin Stultz

    Natalie — thanks a million for putting this together for everyone. Your photos capture the beautiful woman with whom I was privileged to spend the last 14 years. They are truly luminous, as Elizabeth so often was.

  • Gerry Davis

    Beautiful portraits – I feel as though I know her and her family through your pictures.

    Thank you,

    Gerry

  • Mark Hutchins

    Lovely, Nat. What a gift and what a way to use it.

    Mark Hutchins

  • Marcela

    Beautiful tribute! Thanks for sharing this images that speak better than words

  • Barbara Baker

    Dear Natalie–I didn’t have a chance to know Kevin or Gabriel, but I’ve kept up with what was happening with Elizabeth (who I knew as Karen) through people I knew in the communication discipline. Once upon a time, Elizabeth taught at USC, and was the second reader on my dissertation. She was very helpful, as well as being incredibly smart. I was so sorry to hear about her passing, but glad to see these wonderful photos, which evoke the person I knew so many years ago. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Here are several portraits I’ve taken recently. First up is Becky Maden, the farm manager at the Intervale Community Farm in Burlington. Julie Dunigan, a talented artist and great friend. Edward Behr, the editor of The Art of Eating Magazine produced in Peacham, Vermont and recognized by food lovers around the world. Sandra Vesterstein, owner…

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