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Sugar House in Lower Waterford
Photographer Aaron Fryer, of Philadelphia, captured this old sugar house in Lower Waterford on a sunny autumn day in 1951. The view was snapped from a hill, which is visible at the foreground of the image. A cluster of tall, deciduous trees, full of vivid, yellow leaves, grow atop the hill at the left edge of the photograph. Yellow leaves cover the hilltop. Nestled into the side of the hill is a simple, wood-frame, gable-roof sugar house. A ventilator is centered on the roof of the building, and a small wing extends out of the left side. A porch along the front of the sugar house is tightly packed with fire wood. The Connecticut River flows through the valley beyond the building. A thick band of deciduous trees grow along the near banks of the river. Yellow, red, orange, and green leaves fill the trees. Small shrubs and rocks litter the ground at the base of the trees. On the far side of the river, on the right side of the image, is a forested hill. Conifers and deciduous trees cover the hill. Forested fields and open pastures spread out beyond the river, to the right of the forested hill. One or two dwellings are visible in the distant fields. Mountains rise along the background. All rights reserved, copyright Vermont Life Magazine. Contact Vermont Life at
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The old sugar house, already well stocked for next spring, was photographed six years ago in Lower Waterford by Aaron Fryer of Philadelphia. Connecticut river shows in distance.
Autumn; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Farm buildings; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Mountains; Nature; Outbuildings; Pastures; Plants; Riparian plants; Rivers; Rural; Season; Shade trees; Shrubs; Sugar Maple; Time; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings;
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Aaron Fryer of Philadelphia
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Elizabeth André
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Canon LIDE60, G4 Powerbook
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Paul Bierman
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Date on magazine cover minus 6 years per original metadata
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