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Shelburne, Vermont | Photographs

View images from Julie Bidwell's travels in Shelburne, Vermont, including our favorites from Shelburne Farms and the Shelburne Museum.

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Photographer Julie Bidwell, a long time contributor to Yankee Magazine, has an incredible eye and a versatile talent for capturing a beautiful variety of images. She spent the last bit of summer capturing Shelburne, Vermont along the waters of Lake Champlain. Please enjoy these photos of some favorites from her travels captured at Shelburne Farms and the Shelburne Museum.

Fields and pathways at Sheburne Farm, a 1,400-acre working farm located on the shores of Lake Champlain.

Fields and pathways at Sheburne Farm, a 1,400-acre working farm located on the shores of Lake Champlain.

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Brown Swiss dairy cows graze in the warm summer light. The breed was selected by Derick Webb in the 1950s for its hardiness.

Brown Swiss dairy cows graze in the warm summer light. The breed was selected by Derick Webb in the 1950s for its hardiness.

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The Ins and Outs of a cow in a single day sign at The Children's Farmyard.

The Ins and Outs of a cow in a single day sign at The Children’s Farmyard.

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Historic Farm Barn housing the cheesemaking operation, O'Bread Bakery and The Children's Farmyard.

Historic Farm Barn housing the cheesemaking operation, O’Bread Bakery and The Children’s Farmyard.

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Larger view of the 5 story Farm Barn designed by architect Robert H. Robertson and originally constructed between 1860-1890 to house offices, workshops, machinery, stables and crop storage.

Larger view of the 5 story Farm Barn designed by architect Robert H. Robertson and originally constructed between 1860-1890 to house offices, workshops, machinery, stables and crop storage.

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Sheep at The Children's Farmyard.

Sheep at The Children’s Farmyard.

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A guest overlooks the view of the Adirondacks in New York State from the Inn at Shelburne Farm's expansive lawn.

A guest overlooks the view of the Adirondacks in New York State from the Inn at Shelburne Farm’s expansive lawn.

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The Inn at Shelburne Farms, originally the 19th century country home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb, features 24 guest rooms.

The Inn at Shelburne Farms, originally the 19th century country home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb, features 24 guest rooms.

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Extravagant bar set up inside the inn.

Extravagant bar set up inside the inn.

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Fruit trees and plants at Shelburne Farms' Market Garden, which provides many of the organic vegetables supplied to the inn's restaurant as well providing classroom education about food systems.

Fruit trees and plants at Shelburne Farms’ Market Garden, which provides many of the organic vegetables supplied to the inn’s restaurant as well providing classroom education about food systems.

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Greenhouse and sunflowers bathed in light at The Market Garden.

Greenhouse and sunflowers bathed in light at The Market Garden.

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The Round Barn at the Shelburne Museum built in 1901 houses a gallery space for special exhibitions.

The Round Barn at the Shelburne Museum built in 1901 houses a gallery space for special exhibitions.

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Blacksmith at work inside the one room brick shop at the Shelburne Museum.

Blacksmith at work inside the one room brick shop at the Shelburne Museum.

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A classic, quiet scene looking out from shore at Lake Champlain.

A classic, quiet scene looking out from shore at Lake Champlain.

Julie Bidwell

This post was first published in 2014 and has been updated.

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  • Looking forward to visiting the Shelburne Museum this spring. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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