Alice, Putney, Vermont

Print size is 5 inches x 5 inches.

 

Alice Holloway, like some people just don't like to be photographed.  I was photographing Alice as part of the Brattleboro Museum's show on gardens.  Alice's gardens were very well known, so was Alice.  I used a Hassleblad camera with the hood viewfinder and held the camera at my waist.  I set the focus and then locked the mirror in the up position.  We used the gardens as the setting to take the photos.  As we walked through the gardens, I kept a constant distance from her and we talked about the garden and her great-grandfather who, in her words, did a really stupid thing, he voted Vermont into Statehood.

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