My favorite bit of America :-) Okay I love it out West too but it is definitely more European over here, people are connected with their land and ancestors. We're probably going in the Summer but I have told Mr. B that my condition is that New York City has to be on our map as well. All are nice images of rural VT, you've got the essence in these, very nice, Way. Maybe my favorite is no. 2 with this lovely leave carpet and the graveyard on the top. Melancholic a little and yet not too much, there is color. Hehe, and Cowboy Tyler, he scares me a little .... yippieieeeeeeee.
Wonderful autumn series Way. We can almost get lost in the LV as it almost fills my screen. I like images 2 & 3 for the low POV and the emphasis on the ground covering of leaves. And of course I LOVE little cowboy Tyler!
I don't do many Fav's but I did mark this one. So beautiful and peaceful, I love this time of the year. Joanne and I have been to NE once to do the fall colors, it was a bicycle tour through central Vermont and we want to go back again. We are talking about doing the Mohawk and Hudson River regions of NY next Sept/Oct finishing up in Montreal where Joanne's mother was born. We are considering taking the train to Buffalo and then renting a car. The LV is just stunning.
There is so much to see just in the U.S. alone, not to mention other countries. Sounded like a wonderful trip in the plan. and yes, the fall colors is probably the best I have ever seen in the area. I do it again and again...We found this location based on some of the information you sent to us.
Absolutely gorgeous series. With the panorama we could even touch the trees and wait for a car ....
I love them all, and of tyler looks great in the series too.
I particularly like the one from the series with all the foliage on the ground.
You're lucky to have such beautiful autumn landscapes out there. This is too much for my eyes and I wonder if one day I will be able to photograph landscapes as beautiful as this. Thanks for the panoramic view. I appreciated the details. A big hug to Tyler too.
this image is very beautiful, but the others in the series are amazing too.
tyler can be a model, fabulous his photos, you got a nice quality in terms of portrait with him.
curious the red barn in the curve of the road, looks like a dangerous place to build something. the intense hot hues of these trees created a fantastic subject. TFS.