Green Coffee

The images below are from the Huatusco Coffee Co-Operative in Huatusco, Veracruz, Mexico; Finca Dos Marias, a coffee plantation in the volcanic San Marcos region of Guatemala; the Beneficio Palín dry coffee mill in Guatemala; the Chajul Coffee Co-op, Quiché, Guatemala; and Greenwell Farms in Kona, Hawaii.

Demolition Day

“I don’t know where the bullet holes came from. I bought it from a farmer for $50. He said it wouldn’t run. I just put some gas in it.”

Vermont Morgan Horse

In Weybridge, Vermont, the University of Vermont maintains the historic Morgan Horse Farm, where for more than a century breeders and trainers have been keeping the prized Morgan bloodline alive. Renowned for their noble spirit, feats of strength, and gentle disposition, the Morgan has emerged as one of the preeminent American breeds.

The Pane in Empty Rooms

A portfolio commissioned by Middlebury College of the Robert Frost Cabin where Frost lived and worked while teaching at the renowned Bread Loaf School of English in Ripton, Vermont. Photographed using large and medium format film cameras.

Falls Park

In Vergennes' Falls Park, Vermont's longest river drops 37 feet on its way to Lake Champlain. The basin beneath the falls on Otter Creek have been home to naval shipyards, industry, and a public park with a hydroelectric plant in modern times. In the summers, pleasure boats sail upstream from the lake and anchor up to enjoy some time in town. All images, except for the close up of the waterfall near the end of the set and the 's-curve' water motion blur near the middle, were taken with a Fuji X100s compact camera.

One Government, Two Systems

Culture and Identity in Hong Kong and Macau, China

Meron Benti

Ethiopian student Meron Benti, photographed for Middlebury Magazine

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Peru: The High Road

In rural Peru, the Andes Alliance for Sustainable Development is taking a different approach to helping remote communities

Once More Across the Lake

Captain John Porter has been piloting the Fort Ticonderoga Cable Ferry since 1966. The ferry connects Larrabees Point, Vermont with Fort Ticonderoga, New York.