Living in Vermont, we’re surrounded by beautiful landscapes. Here’s a sampling…
Huntington’s iconic Camel’s Hump during a late fall sunset.
The High Peaks of the Adirondack Mountains view through maples along a ridge at Shelburne Farms.
Gillette Pond at peak foliage
Camel’s Hump takes on a mantle of snow and rime in late fall
The shoreline of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Farms
Indian Lake sunrise
The trail up Mt. Cardigan
Along the shoreline of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Farms
Afternoon cumulus gather
Morning mist on Indian Lake
Afternoon sunset over our front field
Mt. Mansfield’s Memorial Day snowfall
Gulls take wing along the shore of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Farm
The pond at the top of the Appalachian Gap during peak foliage in the Green Mountains.
Midday sunshine on Lake Champlain at Shelburne Farm
Morning mist in the trees at Windekind Farm in Huntington
Graceful turns below bare maples off of Taft Road
Sunset clouds above our western hills
A coyote’s track across the snow in the fields above our house
A close up of the summit of Camel’s Hump
Moonrise over Camel’s Hump
Midday cumulus congestus clouds build above the Green Mountains.
A 22-degree halo encircles the afternoon sun as viewed from Taft Road.
Morning fog wraps the late fall trees along Taft Road.
A lone dead elm rises from the ice ate Dead Creek in Addison, Vt.