Friday, August 22, 2008


It finally stopped raining and the phone started ringing.  First it was Killington, then it was Jay Peak, then it was Killington again, throw in a quick feature for Upper Valley Life magazine, and finish with a few image orders from some magazines and what you have is a busy week.  First up was Chris D. and the fun and exciting shoot over at the Killington/Pico Adventure Center. (putt-putt, alpine slide, horses, bungee things and waterfalls)  Next up was a trip over to the Billings Farm National Historic Site for Upper Valley Life.  What a beautiful place.  Turns out the farm was the first commercial butter factory in the United States. Who knew?  After a quick dump of compact flash cards I filled up the Explorer and headed North for two days of shooting with Steve W. and Jay Peak.  Lots going on up there.  Construction on a new hotel is underway and the golf course is growing in great.  When I first arrived to town, US Senator Patrick Leahy was there to take a tour of the construction and drop off a quick 8 million for rural development.  After a whole bunch of golf images and "local flavor" images I was back in the car heading south for Killington again and an early wake-up call to shoot their golf course.  A few hours spent grabbing some new takes on the course and I was heading home.  Done.

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