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Allow me to share the beauty of Vermont with you.

I have curated four collections of limited edition notecards with images from America’s most beautiful state.

Five reasons to get Noteworthy

1These cards are over 45 percent larger than the average greeting card. That makes your envelope and card stand out from the crowd, and it gives you plenty more space to write a special message.


2Each Collection is produced in a strictly limited edition. When a Collection sells out, it may or may not be reborn with a selection of new images. (Of course, all images are always available as fine art prints.)


3Each Collection includes fresh, original images of Vermont specifically curated for this project.


Last but not least, I donate $1 from each Collection sold to the Vermont Land Trust and other non-profits working to preserve Vermont’s forests and rural landscapes.

All Seasons Covered

Noteworthy Vermont

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(All orders fulfilled by my publishing company, Russian Life.)


Available Collections

Fall Collection

The stereotypical view of fall in Vermont is of a landscape awash in brilliant, almost unearthly hues of red, orange and yellow. And yes, there is a touch of that in this season’s collection (albeit presented on a more realistic, earthly scale), but there is so much more to fall in Vermont. This collection also includes a photo from a foggy morning on Mirror Lake, a verdant stream in Worcester, a storm rising over a gracefully aging barn in East Montpelier, and sunrise at a calm mountain pond (resident beaver not pictured). Together, they are a set of cool and calming images that will make you want to settle in on the couch with a cup of hot coffee or tea and a nice hardcover book (on which to inscribe your cards, of course).


(All orders fulfilled by my publishing company, Russian Life.)

Winter Collection

No one does winter like Vermont (New Hampshire tries, but frankly you can tell their heart is just not in it). Winter is the price we Vermonters pay for the luscious greens of spring, and so the Winter Collection features copious quantities of snow. There are stunning blue and white landscapes, including a wetlands at dusk, a deserted road through the woods, a town that looks like a movie set, and of course plenty of snow and fir trees. If you are into variety, these make a nice set of holiday cards.

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(All orders fulfilled by my publishing company, Russian Life.)

Spring Collection

Oh spring and the wondrous colors (and mud) and warmth (and mud) it brings after a long, grueling winter. This Collection bursts with lush green fields, rolling waves of yellow flowers, a flowing river, a misty sunrise, and a bird singing spring’s praises.

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(All orders fulfilled by my publishing company, Russian Life.)

Summer Collection

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 feature warm images to help feed that river of denial.

Get the Summer Collection  

(All orders fulfilled by my publishing company, Russian Life.)