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LS12524_000
Picking Strawberries in Plainfield

Title:
Picking Strawberries in Plainfield
Town:
Plainfield
County:
Washington
State:
Vermont
Date:
1986
Description:
Photographer Dana Carlson captured this image of Benjamin Carlson picking strawberries with his family in Plainfield in the summer of 1986. The young boy crouches behind a large cardboard box filled with freshly picked strawberries. On either side of the boy the strawberry patch spreads out across the photograph. He holds one berry in this right hand and examines it closely. The red around his lips suggests he has already eaten a number of berries. Behind the boy, a woman bends over and reaches into the patch. The woman and the boy both wear shorts, sandals, and light jackets. The jackets suggest a relatively cool summer day. A line of trees is visible at the far edge of the strawberry patch in the background of the photograph. All rights reserved, copyright Vermont Life Magazine. Contact Vermont Life at editors@VermontLlfe.com
Filename:
LS12524_000.jpg
Size:
4919 x 6486 pixels; 3110929 bytes
Original Filename:
1986SUMMERVL.jpg
Original Metadata:
Young Benjamin Carlson picks berries with his family in Plainfield, photo by Dana Carlson
Keywords:
Agriculture; Berries; Boys; Culture; Deciduous; Farm produce; Farmers; Farming; Field Crops; Forests and Plants; Fruit growers; Harvesting; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; People; Rural; Season; Summer; Time; Trees; Women; Work;
Source:
Vermont Life
Photographer:
Dana Carlson
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:
3538
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