Throwing Stones

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

Camera Info: Canon 7D, 18mm, ISO 320, 1/200, f8.0;

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Love and Rainbows in Vermont…

Congrats to Erica and Ben, who recently married and celebrated with family and friends on their beautiful property in the very heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains. Our wedding schedule is already booking up for 2014, so please contact us soon if are planning an event you’d like us to photograph in the coming year. Thanks! – Brian and Emily


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Garlic, Green Beans & Garden Greens

Yum… We harvested this year’s crop of garlic this week, which amounted to approx. 150 heads of organically grown (& synthetic fertilizer free) garlic – nearly double what we produced last year. (The photo above depicts some of this garlic drying before it gets braided in bundles for easy storage inside our kitchen) We’ll use approx. 20% of this crop as seed for next year’s crop, and enjoy the rest throughout the coming year. As the summer season crests, our garden is simply exploding. Daily, we’ve been sharing and enjoying great salads of mixed greens, arugula, mustards, baby kale and beat greens – topped with everything from the last of our sugar-snap peas to fresh herbs(cilantro!) to our own sweet raspberries, and dressed with our latest concoction of homemade herbal vinaigrette. We’ve been harvesting younger green beans for nearly a week now, and we even picked our first giant purple cherokee tomatoes this past weekend. It’s been a wonderfully warm summer with just enough rain to cool us down now and then. Thank you Mother Nature!

– Brian and Emily

Happy (Car-free) Independence Day!

To celebrate Independence Day, we’ll be enjoying a day of car-free independence by cycling to Warren, VT’s famous July 4th parade and street party, swimming in the Mad River, cycling home, and enjoying the afternoon with some friends and family.  We hope everyone has a great weekend!

-Brian and Emily