Bradford Corner Tower


Corner Tower – Bradford, Vermont

I love these sorts of rounded structures on buildings. Many of them around here are brick or even stone.

Outdoors: 72°F/49°F Mostly Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 72°F/72°F

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2 Responses to Bradford Corner Tower

  1. Michael in Chicago says:

    Walter you have some of the most amazing photos on your blog. The photo the other day of the orange yellowish colored flower was just superbe so detailed and clear. The color. Do you or have you done professional photography? It just seems strange coming from a pig farmer. What kind of camera do you use? I take snap shots but nothing ever comes out like what you get. I love “Visiting” your farm and state through your photos and stories. Please keep sharing your adventures!

    • I’ve enjoyed photography for a long time. In the 1970’s my grandfather gave me a Vivitar 110 instamatic. I have had much better cameras than that, such as my Canon A-1 which I used for 20 years. Currently I have a very cheap digital camera, the Casio Exilim EX-V8. It it does have fully manual controls for everything which I like. Unfortunately it is hard to find manual control in the inexpensive cameras. I would love to have a better camera but that is what I’ve got at the moment so I concentrate on maximizing what I get out of it. Of course, what you don’t see is all the photos I throw away. I love digital cameras because the film is so cheap. :) The secret is to experiment and learn your camera. Then bracket your shots.

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