We have nailed the title for my new book. At least my advisors say this title is much better than one I don’t want to mention. I must have been in a morbid mood! Publication of the new book is expected about May 1, 2017. In it will be  an essay in the front about the fragility of our…

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The other day I was matting some photographs and had inserted in my cassette Dvorjak’s Ninth Symphony. It was quiet in my studio and I listened carefully and admired again the fire, the soft sweetness and the beauty of this New World Symphony. I have heard it so many times but I always soar with it.…

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The following letter was written to the Waterbury Record, which published in the July 14 issue of the Waterbury Record  a list  of the best of Waterbury or some such and  I was called Mr. Waterbury.  Iam honored to be a Mr. Waterbury that nobody knows. That’s good! However, I must decline the title. You see,…

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It was 40 years ago that Moscow, Vermont residents celebrated America’s Bicentennial with their very first parade. But further research showed the first parade was a year earlier, and was urged upon the town by a bunch of kids. I was not at the first, but at the second parade, on July 4, 1976. which…

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Another nasty winter, our collective Vermont souls were desolated by the lack of snow, beauty replaced by a grey wasteland of frozen earth, again a roller coaster of temperature swings, and a new precaution many Vermonters practice–a pair of boots (often insulated Muck boots) equipped with cleats or small metal coils (they do not puncture…

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  IT has taken months as I drag along but I have a new website— <http://www.petermillerphotography.com/> John Hadden created it. He lives not far away under the shadow the Lion Couchant (You know what resting lion is? “Lion Couchant” so said Champlain in French, when he first saw the mountain from Lake Champlain. It is…

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Oh yes we do. We have a pricing list and also prices, mailing costs and how to customize and order. You can click on pricing which includes some facts about matting and also under the photography or book you will find the information you need. By special order we can make custom sizes and silver…

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Waterbury, Vermont to New York City to Paris to Kampala, Uganda. A long, long trip for daughter Hilary on her way to a new aid job with Doctors without Borders. She will be upgrading Aid buildings throughout the country. She’s excited. This is her 3rd tour doing aid work–first in Peru, then Guinea, and now Uganda,…

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Starlining to a New Future. January 6 is the Epiphany and my birthday. My daughter Hilary, who was visiting, treated me to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, playing in Stowe. We settled down in the middle of the theater. Unfortunately, no 3D glasses were given out for this show but never mind. My hand balled…

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