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New England for YOU-

Overwhelmed trying to plan your Fall Foliage trip to New England? Not sure where to start? Just don’t have hours to spend on the internet or even trying to read all of those travel guides lining the shelves at your … Continue reading

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October-Fall -Chasing Color in New England!

ah…OCTOBER- that glorious time of year or as author Albert Camus once said Äutumn is a second Spring when every leaf is a flower” so true! And where to find “blooming”LEAVES changing colors? My favorite place is New England.. which … Continue reading

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Favorite Places to Photograph-New England in October- Photographing the United States

As 2013 winds closer to an end we start to see many best of lists- and all kinds of recaps! I start to think about my favorite places to Photograph and I must say New England continues to be on … Continue reading

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Fall Foliage New England… more than trees.. Covered Bridges…WHY?

Every October I look forward to going to New England.. specifically Vermont and New Hampshire-almost like TIME TRAVEL. The cycle of Seasons is heightened here with the crisp air, flaming colors of leaves fluttering on the trees and the smells … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges-Fall Foliage-Autumn Rambles with My Camera

According to one source Ed Barna Vermont has 107 covered bridges but I am not sure if that is accurate after Hurricane Irene in 2011. The covered bridge is part of our history-just as horse drawn buggies and the days … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges take us into Vermont

November 1, “Embracing the Ebb”.. from Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach Covered bridges were built during the early 1800’s as a way of extending the life of the bridge, keeping the bridge from getting too wet and exposed to … Continue reading

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