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Ordinary America (45 pics)

Posted in Pictures   25 Mar 2010   / 16029 views

 

Peter Crabtree has created a photo collection “Ordinary American Scenes”. Photographer captures common American scenes in Vermont but this project shows us America-as-it-is. It’s pretty cool to discover usual families, random picturesque places and feel that these photos are more than just pictures of one American state. It’s a voice of the USA!

 

 

Carter Campbell, 3, and grandfather, Arthur Campbell Sr.

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Mary Tifft and her daughter's roses, Pownal, Vt.

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Mary Kohler and rabbit, Ellie May, Woodford, Vt.

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Nathan Wallace-Senft and kale plants

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Cemetery, New Skete Monastery, Cambridge, N.Y.

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Bear in butcher shop

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Looking toward Whipstock Hill, Hoosick, N.Y.

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Tractor-trailer accident, Woodford, Vt.

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Taxi stand

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Andrew Veach

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Chad Radcliffe, 21, Pownal, Vt.

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Brookside Apartments

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Beside the Walloomsac River

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Dufresne Traier Park, Manchester, Vt.

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Mormon missionary

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Hoosic River, Pownal, Vt.

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Melissa Breznick and daughter, Manchester, Vt.

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John Altieri

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Wilma Bink, Eagle Bridge, N.Y.

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Defendant and sheriff's deputy, Bennington District Court

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Jason Burdick, White Creek, N.Y.

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Cynthia Cole

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Michael Matteson shows scars from quintuple bypass surgery, Sunderland, Vt.

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Mennonite family, Walloomsac, N.Y.

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Cross-country meet

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Soccer team, Manchester, Vt.

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Ballplayer, Bennington Bombers

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Hells Angel, West Arlington, Vt.

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Select Board meeting

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Off-campus student housing

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Detective Peter Urbanowitz

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Louis Tobin, fugitive

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Joey Hewson, 16, and Shelby Rowe, 13, Pownal, Vt.

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Sign, Sunderland, Vt.

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Schoolboy, Pownal, Vt.

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Pastor Oscar and Gloryvee Caraballo, Alpha and Omega Ministries

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Jacob Esh, Christian bookstore owner and beekeeper

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Electric lines, Hoosick, N.Y.

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Shaun Douglas, Hoosick Falls, N.Y.

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Flowers, Woodford, Vt.

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Ron Worley and poodle, Eddie

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Wes Dewey, quarterback, Southern Vermont Storm

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Niicole Ruggles, 18

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Willow tree

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Crows

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Comments (28):

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ordinary american 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Ordinary America...location: the northeast?
       
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fghsdfhddfg 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
so sad
       
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kingkong 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
LOOKS FUCKING SAD..
       
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new resident 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
having recently retired to the mid-west from California, I find these pics of Americana wonderful..Not at all sad..

Thanks Izismile..
       
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superpower 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Like Communist China
       
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vulpes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
looks normal not one bit sad
       
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7 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
So this photographer went to a poor trailer park and took some snap shots all these places are within 50 miles of each-other. All this does is make Americans looks like fat, lazy, poor, pieces of shit. This is like going to England and taking pictures of the East Side Slums and nothing else, its just not accurate although I enjoy the collection.
       
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another me 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
(almost) everyone is overweight! gosh!
       
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Forrest 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
another me, my words exactly! Except for those athletes, everyone looks sad, and... Well, this is definitely not the USA the rest of the world is seeing...
       
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that smart kid 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
if america was all poverty then yes, this would be ordinary
       
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BallPoint Penn 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Not accurate. If my fellow Canadians saw these, it would strenghten the dtereotype of America being an over weight, redneck country.
       
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Moxxi 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
That first kid is 3 years old? What? Looks like he ATE a three-year-old!!
       
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jubjub 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
wow thats depressing no one looks happy..Also 18 and preggo wowza.
       
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America Owns 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
All you foreign bastards need to shut the hell up. That isn't America. That's Yankee town. Come down south some, Mr. Photographer. And she wasn't pregnant. I used a condom.
       
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Juanpa 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
7: ...All this does is make Americans looks like fat, lazy, poor, pieces of shit...


like the photographs that are showed to you of other countries like russia, cuba, china, japan, africa, india, arabian countries, latinamerica, etc
making eropeans and gringos("americans") feel superior to everyone else around the world
       
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OH! PLease! 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This doesnt represent America. It represent a fucking bunch of hill billy's in poor conditions.

Not even close. Step back from the crack pipe and go to a normal average community/s.

What a joke. Nice try.
       
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diegopol 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Fat and sad America?
Vizça el Barça
       
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etexman903 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Photos are very moving. Humans in human conditions, they don't need pity. More people, wayyyy more people look like these folks than the ones on TV. Look around the next time your in a grocery store.
       
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4down2 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Moon- shine ?
       
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nebula 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
WOW pretty sad..... And I totaly agree with OH! Please!
       
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random.human 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Are people from outside of the US ignorant,(I dont use this as an insult)enough to believe this is the typical America?

This is a collection of pics from one of the most depressed, hill-billy areas imaginable. You have to be foolish to believe this is an appropriate representation.
       
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Nathalia 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It's alright for Izi to post pictures of poor conditions from other countries but not the USA? Suck it up kids.
       
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23 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I wouldnt call that ordinary america, its true americans are getting concideraly bigger, but ive been all over europe and its more of a world trend.
       
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lalala 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
no cowboys?
       
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mominco 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
lol @ ballpoint pen
       
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robin yates 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
america is the most powerful nation in the world ???
       
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sherri 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
it's funny because that's exactly the reaction we have when photographers chose to show the poorest and worst side of our countries, and present those photos to the world as : "the real ....", or "ordinary ....". whereas the life we live in that very country is so different from what we see in the photos that some of them are new even to us! but the difference is we know that every country has its good and its bad. it's the western countries that usually have problems with accepting that fact.
       
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