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Summer flowers in the landscape of Pittsford, Vermont USA
A preview of what's to come.
I did some hiking in Vermont yesterday, and it really showed how far along the foliage colors have developed already!
A farm sits in the foreground of Camel's Hump mountain in Vermont and is surrounded by autumn maple trees.
such a long story about this photo...someday I might tell you.
Took another trip to New England. The foliage this year is absolutely stunning.
Have great Thursday and weekend ahead friends.
I hiked up to the Stowe Pinnacle for the view right before sunset. The view was remarkable from the top,. But the trail itself was treacherous and I slipped about 10 times on the way because of the mud.
There's lots to like about the old Central Vermont main across the Green Mountain State, with lots of scenic trestles and old stations lining the right of way. The line's normal freight trains (NECR 323 and 324) typically traverse the railroad in darkness, but this summer's Vermont Railway detour trains provided a welcome opportunity to shoot freight on the line in better light. Although the trains have used leased GMTX GP38s instead of VTR red, they still look great against the scenery of Vermont. On our last of three days chasing the detours, we shot northbound RDBD soaring over the Winooski River between Waterbury and Richmond.
Built in 1826, a 189 foot long timber-framed covered bridge crosses the Ottauquechee River in the Taftsville village of Woodstock, Vermont . It is probably one of the most photograph covered bridges in the state.
Shot with the Olympus E-M1 just outside of Waterbury, VT along Vermont's scenic Route 100 in autumn of 2015.
There was beauty everywhere I looked. Even the sky seemed more beautiful to me in Vermont!
In Woodstock, VT. Cars can drive across this bridge so I was a little worried about standing in the middle of the road taking this. A photographer has to do what they have to do. Happy Saturday to you all!!
Backlit by the rising sun, a stand of maples fully arrayed in their fall color create a world of gold on a back road of Vermont.
Image captured at the Appalachian Gap on Route 17 in October 2012. Taken during a drive on a day off while on a fairly long business trip to the Burlington area.
Now retired and, further still staying safe at home, I went to my archives for this image.
The Tiny Village of Waits River In The Town of Topsham Vermont in Autumn Fog.
Early Saturday Morning in East Corinth Vermont, Getting The Horses Ready for a Show.
A pretty spot in this glen not far from Stowe, Vermont. A nice hike to get down here, and well worth it to explore around the waterfall and pool below.
There is a fence in this frame, you just need to search it out :)
Happy Fence Friday
The autumn foliage in full display from the Deer Leap trail above Killington, Vermont. A three-shot vertical panorama.
Beautiful Meetinghouse sits Atop a Hill in Strafford Vermont.
The autumn of 2015 was the most vibrant I've seen in ten years in Vermont.
A very pretty location there in Vermont, not far from Stowe. This is one of the pretty drops along the cascade that stretches along the brook.
Fabulous sundown as the wind pick up and the clouds blew through.
Vermont Railway GP38-2 201 leads train 263 on the Green Mountain east of Rutland. Sunshine, snow and standard cabs was a winning combo on this Friday.
1st Vermont Brigade Monument, Gettysburg National Military Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
Oh the things you will find just off the backroads. My wife and I were headed from Stowe, Vermont to Moosehead Lake in Maine, and Google Maps had us travelling through the many backroads of Vermont. I saw this scene and had to pull around to get a quick capture of it. The foliage last week was at about 30-40% changing to the Autumn colors. While it rained 4 out of the 5 days we were in those states, we sure made some memories.
Much of Vermont, and from the other hikers, much of the northern middle third of the AT is thick forest where all you can see is the trees. Wonderful Wednesday to you.