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 New England fall foliage:
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:
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.
4 thoughts on “Speechless In The Presence of Vermont’s Beautiful Fall Foliage”
You’re right, Barbara – they are images that don’t need words! Autumn is something I miss in Spain, and I often feel the pangs of homesickness around this time of year.
Thanks Cat! I sometimes miss the fall myself, but not the cold that follows it rapidly.
I am fulled with envy. You have photographed what I miss most about the North East. Keep em coming!
so beautiful! how gorgeous xx