Lincoln Peak in Warren. Icy branches in Waitsfield. Mount Mansfield (photo taken in Jericho, Vermont). Related Posts December Sunset on Lake Champlain Shelburne Farms in Winter The Scenic Route Through Smugglers’ Notch Vermont Winter Photos: Embracing the Cold Outdoors 4 Comments Lovely photos, but it has made me think how we all post the beautiful “chamber of commerce” winter photos and ignore the more common truth – that dirty piles of melting snow are much more characteristic. The wonderland of new snow is so fleeting, but it does inspire the spirit. Is that why we do it? If so, I’m glad we do. That is very true Chris. I think all of the beautiful winter photos that we post on our blogs help keep us going through those dark, difficult days of winter. Like you said, those sunny, beautiful days with fresh snow are fleeting, and they definitely inspire us to embrace all of the beauty that surrounds us. Ah, just think what it will be like taking photos during mud season! At that point, I don’t think our photos will be able to ignore the more common truth. Nice set of photos. Yes, all is logical Comments are closed.