Vermont Mountain Top Wedding

A huge congrats to Danielle and Nick, who recently married on a beautiful fall afternoon upon the summit of Vermont’s Camel’s Hump.

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Skiing with the Kids

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After climbing Vermont’s General Stark Mountain (home of Mad River Glen ski area), we opted for a quick family photo before setting off on a very fun descent down Mad River Glen’s northeast facing trail network. Despite the dearth of snow here in Vermont this season, there is still top to bottom skiing at Mad River Glen right now. Our girls (Maiana, 3 yrs, and Lenora, 8 mos) ride on our backs when we climb mountains and ski, often sleeping for 1-2 hours during our climb, and then waking in time to enjoy the thrill of gravity with us on the way down.

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Green Mountain Goodness

Green Mountains, Mad River Glen, Vermont, USA - ©Brian Mohr/ EmberPhoto - All rights reserved

Old Man Winter has been slow to coerce the Snow Gods into action this season, but he’s finally having some success this week. Here’s a snap of our good friend Forrest Twombly enjoying one of our favorite runs on the planet this week, at Vermont’s Mad River Glen.

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A Fall Wedding in Vermont’s Mad River Valley

A fall wedding in Vermont's Mad River Valley - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

A huge congrats! to Skylar and Nichole, who recently celebrated their wedding on an amazingly beautiful fall day in Vermont. Best of luck to you both!

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A Beautiful Late-Summer Wedding in Vermont

Emma and Ken - September 2015 - The Skinner Barn - Waitsfield, Mad River Valley, Vermont

A big congrats! to Emma and Ken, who celebrated their wedding on a beautiful late summer day at the Skinner Barn in Vermont’s Mad River Valley. We wish these two the very best! – Brian and Emily

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The Garden

Eat locally.

Camera Info: Canon 7OD, 18mm, ISO 1250, 1/200, f4;

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Sunrise in the Greens

Camel’s Hump and Mad River Glen’s historic Single Chair stand tall above an undercast sky during recent sunrise over Vermont’s Green Mountains. The photo was captured a few days before Christmas, at the beginning of a three week cycle of very snowy and wintry weather.

Camera Info: Canon 7D, 110mm, ISO 160, 1/400, f18;

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*Free* Summer Photo Workshop at Stowe – Sat 8/27

Later this month, we’ll be leading a half-day photo workshop on Vermont’s Mt. Mansfield, as part of a series of summer events offered by Spruce Peak at Stowe. The event is free of charge, and spaces are limited. Please contact us ASAP to register or for more info.

Summer Photography Workshop w/ Spruce Peak at Stowe
Saturday, Aug 27, 2011
8a – 12pm @ Mt. Mansfield Toll Road Conference Center
**Registration required**

INFO:
Hosted by Spruce Peak at Stowe, and led by the two of us, this workshop is designed to make you a better outdoor, landscape and action photographer. We will spend the morning at two different locations along the Mt. Mansfield Toll Road, while seeking out a good variety of subjects and locations. We’ll cover the basics of exposure, the creative use of light, as well as action, landscape, portrait and close-up/macro techniques…and more.

Workshop Schedule:
8am – Meet and greet at Toll House Conference Center. Indoor slide show and overview of camera basics, composition techniques, exposure and more.

9am – Journey (by vehicle) up Toll Road to a scenic location on Mt. Mansfield, where we’ll spend a couple of hours photographing the varied landscape of the mountain (i.e. views, flowers, clouds, details) and practicing a few tricks of the trade.

11am – Return to Toll House Conference Center for continued discussion. We’ll review some of the photos we captured on the mountain, as well as others from our archives that relate to the discussion. Final Q&A.

We look forward to seeing some of you there!

Thanks
– Brian and Emily