July & August 2016

September 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

July and August provided a diverse set of photographic opportunities including assignment coverage, family portraits, and weddings. Here a few images from the past two months.

Shooting for the Herald of Randolph I covered the 4th of July fireworks and parade in Randolph, a 4-H dairy clinic at the Tunbridge Fair Grounds, Lieutenant governor candidate Kesha Ram's stop in Randolph, an abundance of blueberries at Sunshine Valley Berry Farm in Rochester, visitors at Moss Glen Falls in Granville, swimmers daring jumps in Gaysville, and Old Home Days in South Royalton. For the Valley News I covered the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl in Castleton where Vermont broke a long losing streak to destroy New Hampshire by 48 points!

Beautiful weather on the 4th of July helped to pack the streets of Randolph with parade goers on Monday. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Beautiful weather on the 4th of July helped to pack the streets of Randolph with parade goers on Monday. Tom Schersten controls the head of one of the Bethany Church peace doves. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Beautiful weather on the 4th of July helped to pack the streets of Randolph with parade goers on Monday. The Catamount Pipe Band was a popular addition to the parade. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) The central and southeast region 4-H Dairy Show was held at the Tunbridge Fair grounds on July 18th and 19th. Stephen Scherer of Barnard puts his arm around his younger brother John after his very first fitting and showmanship competition on day two. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Lieutenant governor candidate Kesha Ram made a campaign stop outside Belmain on Saturday morning in Randolph. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) It has been a banner blueberry year across the region with Sunshine Valley Organic Berry Farm in Rochester being no exception. The acres of bushes quickly filled buckets for visitors from across the state and beyond. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) It has been a banner blueberry year across the region with Sunshine Valley Organic Berry Farm in Rochester being no exception. The acres of bushes quickly filled buckets for visitors from across the state and beyond. Elodie Kunicki with her parents Jesse and Nicola and grandfather Steve Kastner made the trip down from Undershill to enjoy the bounty. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) It has been a banner blueberry year across the region with Sunshine Valley Organic Berry Farm in Rochester being no exception. The acres of bushes quickly filled buckets for visitors from across the state and beyond. Here Nicola Kunicki of Underhill picks the Blueray variety. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) It has been a banner blueberry year across the region with Sunshine Valley Organic Berry Farm in Rochester being no exception. The acres of bushes quickly filled buckets for visitors from across the state and beyond. Here Elodie Kunicki of Underhill examines her mother Nicola's pail of blueberries. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Visitors carefully navigate the rocks below Moss Glen Falls on Saturday afternoon. The popular waterfall is easily accessed off of route 100 in Granville. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Locals cool off at a popular swimming hole in Gaysville on Saturday afternoon. Here Claire Allen of Bethel leaps from the rocky edge as Ava Mather of Randolph looks on. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Locals cool off at a popular swimming hole in Gaysville on Saturday afternoon. Here CJ Mather of Randolph leaps into the river from the rocky edge. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Locals cool off at a popular swimming hole in Gaysville on Saturday afternoon. Here Claire Allen of Bethel leaps into the river from the rocky edge. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) Locals cool off at a popular swimming hole in Gaysville on Saturday afternoon. Here Brandon Kendall of Bethel flips into the river from the rocky edge. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) The South Royalton green was host to rides, food, and entertainment as the annual Old Home Days festivities took place on Saturday. (Herald / Ben DeFlorio) I also photographed some family sessions in Norwich, Randolph, and Colchester where jumping was a popular idea - one I rarely suggest, but it always makes for a fun photo.

And I covered a couple weddings. One a Friday affair in Northfield and a rainy, but fun lake side wedding in Ludlow.

With the conclusion of summer also came the first day of kindergarten for my daughter!

Also early in July we made a family trip to London, but I've already covered that in this other blog post. Click This LINK for London.

On to a busy September!


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