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Friday, October 10, 2014

Vermont Foliage!

Back from a wonderful 8 day trip to photograph the beauty of Vermont in the Fall. I've been home for a week and feverishly working on my images. So many to go through and process. I don't even know where to begin, so I guess I will begin posting on the blog from the beginning of the trip through the last day. Many posts will follow. I'm happy about that!!!

Here is an image taken the first morning in Barton VT. This is a boggy area along Rte 5. It's typically shrouded in fog in the early morning in the Fall.


It was a nice start to a great week!

Here is Dolloff Pond in Sutton VT, taken just after sunrise. This is a beautiful remote pond located on a dirt road that I would not advise to be driven on in a car. A high ground clearance vehicle would be the best bet to get you up this road. But once you make it to the pond, your efforts are rewarded!


Here's an image that I softened to give it a dreamy feel. The colors were so beautiful in the NEK of VT this year.


More foliage posts to follow!!!!



5 comments:

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  2. Nice work Carol! Very envious! That bog looks very familiar...

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  3. Ha ha ha Greg. I may have found your footprints somewhere in there. :-)

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  4. Hi Carol,
    I just discovered your blog...you are incredibly talented...and because I am held hostages by my husband here in Houston...and just returned from our camp in NH...I miss New England every minute...I am so enjoying your photographs. I grew up in Beverly,MA on the North Shore...keep up the great work.
    Holly Rigby ....thanks for reminding me of home.

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  5. Hi Holly, So glad you stopped and took the time to comment. It was so nice to hear from you. I'm glad you are enjoying the blog and happy to bring a little bit of New England to you!

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