I absolutely love this picture. Its at Oakledge, two days ago, about 330pm. It isn’t often that I can get this kind of depth of field and capture what is beneath and above the surface. There is life below, above and on the edge that separates the two.
Retired. Emeritus. Conducts a seminar on university teaching to doctoral students in the Rubenstein School of Natural Resources once a year. Board Member Vermont Interfaith Action, volunteer and advocate Burlington Bike Project, UDL consultant VSA Vermont, photographer, married, four children, five grandchildren, and one Golden Doodle. Embracing life, all of it. "Today is tomorrow's past." View all posts by Charles Rathbone