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LS12535_000
Aerial View of Connecticut River near White River Junction

Title:
Aerial View of Connecticut River near White River Junction
Town:
Hartford
County:
Windsor
State:
Vermont
Date:
1989
Description:
Photographer Clyde H. Smith captured this aerial view of the Connecticut River just south of the Interstate 89 bridge near White River Junction in the spring of 1989. The glassy river enters into the foreground of the photograph, winds through the landscape, and disappears into the distance. Much of the water is still and clear, reflecting the clouds above, but small rapids are visible in a few locations. At the center of the image, the river wraps around a long, narrow island that is bare at one end and heavily forested with trees at the other. Both conifers and deciduous trees line the banks along both sides of the river. Open fields and farm complexes dot the landscape. A railroad line parallels the right side of the river. Narrow roads, many of which still appear unpaved, pass the farmsteads and weave over the hills and through the forests. Forested hills roll across the background, and Mt. Ascutney rises in the distance. Riparian zone is forested. All rights reserved, copyright Vermont Life Magazine. Contact Vermont Life at editors@VermontLlfe.com
Filename:
LS12535_000.jpg
Size:
4931 x 6474 pixels; 3049298 bytes
Original Filename:
1989SPRINGVL.jpg
Original Metadata:
The Connecticut River just south of the Interstate 89 bridge near White River Junction. In the distance is Mount Ascutney, photograph by Clyde H. Smith
Keywords:
Automobiles; Barns; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Farm buildings; Forests and Plants; Forests and forestry; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Islands; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Meandering rivers; Mountains; Nature; Outbuildings; Pastures; Plants; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Riparian plants; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Rural; Rural roads; Transportation; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings; Woodlots;
Source:
Vermont Life
Photographer:
Clyde H. Smith
Submitted By:
Elizabeth André
Submitted On:
2007-10-08
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Canon LIDE60, G4 Powerbook
Image Scanned By:
Paul Bierman
Relative Dating Rationale:
Date on magazine cover
Times viewed:
6026
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