Natalie
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I photographed at the Intervale Community Farm in Burlington last week when it was 96 degrees.  They were picking  green salad bowl lettuce, a baby lettuce variety, and weeding squash. Despite the high heat and humidity, the farmers, interns and volunteers were working determinedly and with good spirit!   Silas Branson Kim Ward and crew…

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  • diana doll

    Nice work, Natalie! I believe we first met 16 years ago, when you were photographing farmers in the Intervale….

I was in New Mexico recently for my sister-in-law’s wedding. We stayed in a wonderful B&B in Albuquerque, Los Poblanos, which is a working lavender farm replete with peacocks. Impressions of Santa Fe: red-oranges, deep blues and bright light. The Dunwells performed on the Santa Fe Plaza bandstand. My nephew Gabriel surrounded by burnt orange…

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  • oh natalie – i see your style has evolved and has ripened into nothing short of perfection. as always, your dedicated fan, will (billy) keyworth. i saw this post from facebook!

  • Thank you so much, Will!

  • Erma Stultz

    What gorgeous photos. Loved the variety from vibrant colour to black and white simplicity.

  • Beautious! So much fun to travel without leaving home.

  • Dear natalie,
    Thank you for your soul caught photographs. You must be radiant yourself to see the beauty in others and the environment you find yourself in. Thank you for sharing your experience with also me.
    Sat Nam, sonja ram rattan

Marjorie Susman In the past week I photographed at Orb Weaver Farm in New Haven, Vermont, owned and run by Marjorie Susman and Marian Pollack, the lovely ladies of Orb Weaver. In addition to the wonderful cheese they make in the winter months, they raise vegetables for market in the summer. I captured them in…

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