Thursday, October 11, 2007

Fall Colors from Our Condo in Vermont

Here's the view from our condo up near Killington. The colors were incredible this year, and as these photos reveal, the display changed from moment to moment as the sun's angle changed. The last two, taken just as the last bits of sunlight filtered across the surrounding mountains, reveal how much orange and red were present. Some years we arrive and there's virtually no color and other years it's past peak. I'd say were were right at peak, at least in the middle section of Vermont. Farther south, around Brattleboro and Scott Farm, there wasn't nearly the saturation of changing leaves. It was rather sad to return to New York City where there's hardly any color to mention. At least we'll have the beauty of Central Park in its autumn finery in just a few weeks. I can't wait.

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Falconmyst said...

Surfing by via NEXT BLOG and found your site to be vrey readable, loved the photos; bookmarked for more readings...

One Wink at a Time said...

All I can say, Brian, is wow.
Hey falconmyst, you're gonna love it here.