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Friday, November 20, 2020

Downtown Woodstock VT

A few weeks ago I posted photos that I took at night of the Taftsville Covered Bridge in Woodstock VT. I also did other night photography shots that evening. One of the places we stopped to photograph was downtown Woodstock.


If you've ever been to Woodstock VT, it's probably been during the daylight hours. This downtown area is always bustling with shoppers, tourists, and during pre-covid times, tour buses.....especially during the peak foliage season. It was fun to stop and photograph during the quiet hours of the night. These images were taken around 10:30-11:00 pm. There were not many vehicles that came through at that time of night.

Trail lights of a car driving through town:


Here goes a tractor trailer:


Another truck:



Store Fronts:


It was such a great night of photography. I still have one more blog post to write about that evening which will be posted in the near future. 

Stay safe and healthy my friends xxoo


6 comments:

  1. This is nice addition to my memories of Woodstock from a daylight tour last fall. I remember the long time it took to cross streets. Great that you could photograph during the "quiet hours"! How the night vision changes our perspective ~ ~

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    1. Thank you Cynthia. I'm glad to know you visited here last Fall. It's such a beautiful area of VT. You're right about the night changing the perspective!

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  2. These really look like old New England. Beautifully done, as always. And I always love light trails.

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    1. Thank you so much Muffy. I appreciate hearing from you!!!!

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  3. Nice collection. The empty streets are interesting.

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    1. Thank you Ed. It was such a drastic change from the bustling daytime hours for sure.

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