PhotographyAnne-Marie Littenberg

November 11, 2015: Fences, Rails, and the Man-altered Landscape

The phrase, “landscape photography” may bring to mind images of the remote, wild, and sublime; photographs rooted in the tradition of Ansel Adams, Eadweard Muybridge, and William Henry Jackson. Lately, I have been thinking more in the tradition of the other great landscape photographer named Adams … Robert Adams … and photography of the man-altered...

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October 1, 2015: Photography Exhibit Opens Tonight at Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, Vermont

  Come to Shelburne Farms tonight, October 1, from 5-8 PM for the opening of “Lenses on the Land,” a photography exhibit of images shot at the farm, and “Of Land and Local,” a multidisciplinary statewide exhibit about art and the environment as it relates to the Vermont landscape.  I captured this photograph of a...

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September 19, 2015: Inspired by the poetry of Samantha Kolber and Vermont’s Winooski River

Samantha Kolber’s poem, “The River Was The Only Sound, or, Sitting by the Winooski River,” inspired me to take this series of photographs. The Winooski flows into Lake Champlain, traveling through Samantha’s town, Montpelier, and then northwest past my town, Burlington. After taking these photographs, I introduced myself to Samantha via social media, and then...

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September 11, 2015

Think back to a moment when all you had to do was look and breathe. 

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