Vermont. October 10, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: benningtom moose, fall colors, VT
I took the day off today to cruise around Southern Vermont, hoping to find something photographable in this Season of Colors. But I was being herded by Big Traffic and I got to pull over less frequently than I might have liked if I were truly in charge.
The resultant haul is almost entirely shot out of my driver’s seat, with the motor running and passing cars buffeting me with their highway-speed turbulence.
A hillside along Route 7:
A closer up shot of the action at roadside:
Windmills along a ridge in Searsburg:
More roadside colors:
A swamp maple doing its swamp maple thing:
…and, a bit further on, the famous mooses of Bennington, painted like they’re on a mission:
There are dozens of these all about town, nearly all painted in the most non-representational way. But that’s what I expect from the fine folks Up North – a different perspective.
Well, it’s late and I have to get up early, so that’s it for now.