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  • December Sunset on Lake Champlain

    It will be a while before Lake Champlain freezes. But when you feel the icy wind blowing across the lake and onto the shore (and against your face), it's pretty evident that winter is here. Still, the chill is well worth it on a cold, bright...

  • Winter is Here

    The snow is a little late this year, but it's finally here. Several areas of the state did receive a few inches over the weekend, and more snow is in the forecast this week. It won't be long before the mountains are fully covered with...

  • Fingers Crossed for Snow
    Fingers Crossed for Snow

    I was expecting at least a little bit of snow to blanket my yard in northern Vermont this weekend. For the past two years, we've had at least one major storm around Thanskgiving, so I figured we were due for a big winter blast. My plan...

  • Stick Season in Vermont

    Most people who live in Vermont know all about stick season, that stark yet beautiful time of year between late October and early December. Stick season is usually pretty quiet around Vermont since the leaves are mostly gone and the snow has yet to fall. But...

  • Autumn Gray and Gold

    I drove up to Vermont's Champlain Islands for a meeting this week and was hoping to take some scenic photos along the way. Unfortunately, the weather turned rainy and gloomy as soon as I arrived. Still, the orange and yellow leaves against the gray sky...

  • Columbus Day Weekend

    Here are some fall foliage photos I took over the weekend in Lincoln (top), Starksboro (middle) and Underhill (bottom). The colors are a bit past peak near my home in Underhill, but the foothills are still glowing. Right now there's incredibly bright fall foliage in...

  • Off the Beaten Path in Montpelier, Vermont

    Lately I've been taking my camera just about everywhere with the hope of capturing some nice fall images. Yesterday afternoon the sky kept changing from sunny to dark, so I found myself chasing sunlight on the back roads of Montpelier. While keeping an eye on some...

  • Scenic Roads in Vermont

    Just about every road in Vermont is scenic, especially in the fall. Popular routes during foliage season include Route 100, which runs along the spine of the Green Mountains, Route 73 from Rochester to Brandon, Route 9 between Brattleboro and Bennington, and Route 22A between...

  • Photography in the Fall

    One of my favorite things to do in the fall is to get outdoors with my camera. On a late autumn afternoon when the sky is bright blue, you really can't go wrong. I am happy taking photos just about anywhere in Vermont, especially Warren...

  • Vermont Fall Festivals and Fairs

    Autumn in Vermont is glorious. The air turns crisp and the landscape is bright with beautiful fall foliage. Fall festivals take place just about every weekend in September and October. Here are a few highlights: Vermont Life Wine & Harvest Festival Wilmington – Sept. 25-27, 2009 The Mount...