Geri caught this bee pollinating in a public place.
The Kingsley Bridge, crossing the Mill River in Clarendon, Vermont, is a 120 foot Town lattice truss covered bridge in built in 1836. It stands just downstream from the Kingsley Grist Mill which operated from 1882 until 1935.
The Cooley Bridge, built in 1849, is a 60 foot Town lattice covered bridge spanning the Furnace Brook on Elm Street in Pittsford, Vermont.
The Gorham Covered Bridge in Pittsford, Vermont is a 114 foot span over Otter Creek. It was built in 1842 by Nicholas Powers and Abraham Owens.
The Hammond Covered Bridge is one of four covered bridges in the town of Pittsford, Vermont. This 139 foot Town lattice truss bridge was built in 1842 by Asa Nourse. During the 1927 flood the bridge floated off its abutments and ended up in a field over a mile down stream. During the winter of 1927-28 the town returned the bridge to its former location.
Cemetery in Rochester, Vermont.
Dutton Farm Shed on Route 30 in Newfane, Vermont.
Berries at the Dutton Farm Shed on Route 30 in Newfane, Vermont.
"Cemetery" at Dutton Farm Shed. There are clever comments on the tumbstones.
Colorful island in the Chittenden Reservoir
Lefferts Pond morning reflections
Lefferts Pond area by Geri
Lefferts Pond reeds
It was raining when Geri shot this mailbox with a motorcycle motif.
Geri took this picture of a mailbox with a cow motif.
Moss Glenn Falls is along Route 100 a little more than 3 miles north of the village of Granville. It is formed when Deer Hollow Brook tumbles 68 feet. The camera was held against a tree for this 1/2 second exposure.
Along Mad Tom Notch Road northeast of Peru, Vermont.
Along Maple Hill Road about 1/2 mile north of Route 155.
Along Maple Hill Road about 0.75 miles north of Route 155.
A sugarhouse is where maple sap is boiled down to make maple syrup.
Texas Falls Recreational area is located just off of Route 125 in Hancock, Vermont. The camera was held firmly against a rock for this 1/2 second exposure.
Two plunges at the Texas Falls Recreational Area near Hancock, Vermont. The camera was sitting on a railing for this 1/2 second exposure.
The Neshobe River forms two waterfalls in Brandon, Vermont. The is the upper falls before the river flows under Route 7. This 1/2 second exposure was taken with a full-frame Canon 6D sitting on a railing. ISO 100 at f/16 with a 5 stop ND filter.
The Neshobe River forms two waterfalls in Brandon, Vermont. The is the lower falls after the river flows under Route 7. I had no tripod so I held the Canon 6D firmly against a tree for this 1/8 second exposure at f/22, ISO 50, 5 stop ND filter.
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