In early September, I passed the quarter-century mark as a Valley News employee. I was hired in 1989 as a staff photographer and these days I am usually at a desk as photo editor. Once in a while, I am able to get out with my camera to help out the photo staff. I love working with the newspaper’s smart and talented staff — telling stories with my camera is something I also enjoy a whole lot. Here’s a few recent photos I’ve done.
From top: Youth players stand in line to high-five the Dartmouth College football team as they run onto the field for their home opener Hanover, N.H.; Kelsey Norton, 17, of Braintree, Vt., leads her Dutch Belt steers Jet, left, and Saber while practicing for the parade to be held later in the day at the Vermont History Expo in Tunbridge, Vt. Norton has only been working with the team for a month, as part of the 4-H group Hooves and Horns Working Steers in Randolph, Vt. “I call her my cow whisperer,” said her father; The sun sets over a hayfield on Tuttle Hill in Tunbridge, Vt.
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