From forsaken farms to lost towns, Vermont is filled with remnants of our past. Take any winding, dirt road through the picturesque Green Mountains and you’ll soon come across a house or an old mill left to the elements.
Abandoned Vermont: Dishevelment in the Green Mountains explores these locations in depth, with photography from ten different places around the state. Discover the debauched beauty of Elgin Springs and the tragedies of Ricker Basin.
Get lost in the detail of the Clover-Dale Farm and wander through the nature-reclaimed halls of a creamery in all four seasons. Yes, it’s true what they say about the hills here. They’re alive—not always with music, but with the history of prospectors and dreamers from a different era.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Maxwell Brisben is a visual artist and poet living in northern Vermont. When he isn’t skiing or building scale models, he’s out with his best friend, exploring and photographing abandoned places around New England, as part of his ongoing Dishevelment photography series. Not the biggest fan of wearing socks, you can find him up in the mountains next to a waterfall on warm summer days.
PUBLISHER: America Through Time
SERIES: America Through Time
DIMENSIONS: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)