Saturday, March 10, 2012

One Day in Vernon: A Photographic Essay by Kari Post

One Day In Vernon from Kari Post on Vimeo.

I have a "Google Alert" set for Vermont Yankee, and the alert usually generates the types of links that I might expect. There are always links to local newspaper articles, links to plant opponent sites, links to my own blog posts. That sort of thing.

Today, to my surprise, the alert also linked to this photo-essay about Vernon, Vermont, the home of Vermont Yankee. The collaborative multi-media project was led by Kari Post, a photographer (mostly a nature photographer) who has written a book about photographing waterfalls. The photographs are beautiful, and the presentation clearly aims at lowering barriers and increasing kindness. I think it is worth watching.


Mike Mulligan said...

This is killing the Connecticut River Shad?

Meredith Angwin said...


Looks like it. In the debates about the river and the fish and VY, nobody mentions that huge pumped-storage project in Massachusetts. Turning the pumped storage OFF for a while really helped the fish. Very interestig!