October 10, 2019 Lyndon, Vermont

Driving the Back Roads of Northern Vermont

Just an amazing day driving the dirt roads looking for, and finding, some really nice color.

As always, right click on any image for a larger version opening in a new window or tab.

This is the eastern shore of Crystal Lake in Barton.

Nice cabin location, but not exactly what you would call an easy building site. I’d be really curious how they could put in a septic system on that lot. If I ever get any blue sky, I will have to go back some evening to shoot that shore again, the dull white skies this evening didn’t do justice to the incredible color on that rocky hillside.

Finally found some willing models for my foliage shots, and I found more a little farther down the road.

The color in places is almost hard to believe, some of the most intense colors I have ever seen up here in the northeast.

More very cooperative holsteins.

I guess I have this post a little bit in reverse, leading off with my evening shots and finishing up with these early morning reflection shots.

I still am camping in the mechanic’s shop parking lot waiting for a diagnosis on my motorhome gas problem. Not the greatest surroundings, but the price is right.

Until I get out of here, I am afraid I will have to keep doing Vermont foliage posts. I have also been spending quite a bit of time looking for moose up here, but have had no luck … yet.

6 thoughts on “October 10, 2019 Lyndon, Vermont”

    1. Retraced my trip of 3 days ago along Route 1 5 in VT and couldn’t believe how quickly the color had diminished. Heading back over to the white mountains then down to see brother Mike before heading south. May just see you in SC

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