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The year is 1939. In Woostock, Vermont, this winter would be immortalized in picture by U.S. Farm Security photographer, Marion Post Wolcott. Marion clicked of dozens upon dozens upon (you guessed it) dozens of images around town – images that today are recognized as great photo art.

This is one of my personal favorites – and for myself, the scene really comes alive through the medium of digital color. This is what color does best. While not taking anything away from the fine, original Black & White images – Colorizing adds a new dimension of photo realism that breaks down the barriers separating modern people from their ancestors’ realities.

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1939 - Woodstock, VT - Trucking Logs


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