Vermont landscape notecards by Russian Life publisher and photographer Paul Richardson.
Summer in Vermont is a time of perfect 72-degree days, 50-degree nights, almost imperceptible humidity, and grass that mows itself. Ok, two of those things are mostly true. The bottom line is that we savor summer in Vermont because it is so short. We revel in the long hours of blueberry picking, tomato weeding, pond visiting, and mountain hiking, while nourishing a fierce denial that the cold and ice will return. This Collection features warm, sunny images to help feed that river of denial.
Includes six large, 5x7 inch cards, blank inside, with six matching envelopes. Each card features a different image.