Speechless In The Presence of Vermont's Fall Beauty

Speechless In The Presence of Vermont’s Fall Beauty

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It is rare that I cannot finds words to describe my travels, but my wanderings through Vermont today left me speechless. Each time I discovered a scene of spectacular beauty I believed nothing could top it; yet the landscape continued to offer up the most astonishing views throughout the day. I think it best to just show my photos from today, since no words can possibly do justice to Vermont in the fall:

Vermont Fall Foliage

Pumpkin farm prepares for Halloween

Vermont Fall Foliage

Vermont Fall Foliage

Vermont Fall Foliage

Vermont Fall Foliage

One of Vermont's many covered bridges

Vermont Fall Foliage

Fall foliage on a country road in rural Vermont

Vermont covered bridge near Taftsville

Vermont covered bridge

Vermont Fall Foliage Waterfall

Waterfall amidst fall foliage

Fall foliage over a farm pond in Vermont

Vermont Fall Foliage

Multi-colored leaves

Vermont Covered Bridges

Covered bridge at Quechee Gorge

When I simply couldn’t absorb any more beauty, I stopped at the Sugarbush Farm, where I sampled cheese from the cows they raise and pure maple syrup from the trees they tap each winter:

Vermont maple syrup and cheese from Sugarbush Farm

Although I had intended to make it to New Hampshire this evening, there was just too much to see in Vermont and I simply was not ready to leave. I am really enjoying wandering with no plan or schedule; New Hampshire will still be there tomorrow.

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6 Comments on “Speechless In The Presence of Vermont’s Fall Beauty

    • Thanks Cat! I sometimes miss the fall myself, but not the cold that follows it rapidly.

  1. I am fulled with envy. You have photographed what I miss most about the North East. Keep em coming!

  2. I am fulled with envy. You have photographed what I miss most about the North East. Keep em coming!

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