The Tunbridge Fair 2017 | A Photo Essay
Any Tunbridge Fair fans out there? For this post, I'm going back into my catalog to pull images from this year's Tunbridge Fair. I've been meaning to post these for a while. I've finally made my selections and finished editing.
It's been nearly three months since the 2017 Tunbridge Fair, but I'm already looking forward to next year. For me, the fair is one of those Vermont autumn rituals, alongside apple picking and the leaves turning. It caps off summer and ushers in the next season. My memories of the fair go back many years. I've by no means attended the fair every year of my life. But as I've come and gone from the Upper Valley over the years, the fair has always been on my September to-do list. This year, I went on Friday and stayed from 2pm to 7pm. I wanted to see the mood of the fair change as daylight went to dusk and then to evening. Here's my photographic take on that transition.
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Seth is a photographer based in Norwich, Vermont. His main areas of photographic interest are landscape, lifestyle, travel, and adventure. He offers photography and printing workshops to individuals and small groups, does freelance work, offers his images and prints for sale, provides digital darkroom processing, and makes fine art prints in his studio. Seth welcomes all inquiries and questions about his work, potential projects, and collaborations.
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