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Vermont Autumn 2017

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In New England October and Vermont are forever linked.  October is mother nature’s final fireworks show before the long cold realities of winter take over.  Real or a product of tourism marketing skill, it seems mother nature has chosen Vermont to host her party every autumn.  Not all Octobers are created but most seem to please.  A spectacular season requires everything to go right, warm sunny days followed by cold crisp nights, add the right amount of rain and even the bugs need to do their part.   When these elements come together the results can be magical and even when they don’t it...
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The second week of October finds me in Vermont for a second time this month.  This time I am working as a hiking/photography guide for Great Freedom Adventures (www.greatfreedomadventures.com).  That means I will be spending my day hours walking the hills and fields of Connecticut River Valley.  Guiding people from all over the world though the hills of Vermont  is fun and you get to meet new friends.  Most of my guiding is done in the late-morning early afternoon leaving the early mornings and sunsets for my own personal photography. My photography would have to be contained to the Woodstock area.  I had to...
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Still in Vermont as the first week of October draws to a close.  Even though the fall foliage has been spotty and uneventful up at this point in the season,  good things will come to those who wait.  Patience is an absolute necessity in landscape photography.   On this morning I decided to visit on of my favorite morning places in Vermont.  The town of Marshfield is home to several locations that always seem to come though when I need some dramatic scenery.  A visit to one of the many ponds finds ample morning mist (fog), a nice compliment to the tempered hues of the season. ...
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