Category Archives: Scenics

Old farm structures

The weathered wood tells of the age. Yet this building stands in the corner of a small pasture, providing storage for fodder for the stock and tools. At the moment, horses are contained here. I doubt sheep are raised here … Continue reading

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Carolina cattle and a steeple

Driving around Upstate South Carolina, one finds much evidence of the burgeoning economy by the clearing off of land for housing. Spartanburg and Greenville Counties are growing. Then one turns down another road and you wonder if a warp opened, … Continue reading

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Here is silence defined

One of the surprises to visitors to Vermont is the amount of water found in the woods, on the hillsides and even on the mountains. Everything from brooklets to swampy areas to large ponds are everywhere. In summer ducks, especially … Continue reading

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International Paper plant

Looking west across Lake Champlain from Shoreham, Vermont one sees the IP paper plant in the Town of Fort Ticonderoga, NY. The emissions from the plant are steam and condensed water vapor. The air temperature at that time of year … Continue reading

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A South Carolina Skyline

Driving over some of the more rural roads one expects to see barns, corn, peach orchards and farm stands. The one other item one sees with regularity is the steeple, thrust upwards through the trees and usually visible for a … Continue reading

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The last warm days

One takes advantage of these days; early October is color change, warm sunny days and chilly nights, the harbinger of things to come. Any weekend where the sun is out, smart Vermonters make use of the free warmth. Soon the … Continue reading

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Summertime sunset on Mt Abe

Mt. Abe is one of the taller peaks in the Green Mountains and is south of Camel’s Hump. Having this height it gets a full set of seasonal changes and weather changes during the seasons. I’ve made different photos of … Continue reading

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Winter pasture

During one of the photo trips I was returning back home and decided to come back up the middle of the state. Taking Rte 4 from Rutland, at Killington, I took Rte 100 North. Above Stockbridge I came upon this … Continue reading

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Up on a hill

This is one of those images one finds by driving around on roads that you don’t know where they go. We drove up to Forest City, NC and came back a different route which proved fortuitous. I actually saw this … Continue reading

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Day’s End

This barn was bathed in the warm glow of he late summer evening. There were some thin clouds filtering the light giving this tint to the image plus the dust in the air that isn’t present in the morning. I … Continue reading

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