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Vermont Fall Surprise
Photo By Joanne Weber

  • Title: Vermont Fall Surprise
  • State/Province/Region: Vermont
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Breadloaf Summer School
  • Nearest Town: Ripton, Vt.
  • Brief Directions: Heading up the mountain out of East Middlebury up Rte. 125, you will come upon this scene.
  • Notes: We especially love Fall in Vermont...but this rare newly fallen snow certainly added a quality of awe to this daytime trip for us.
  • GPS Longitude: 43
  • GPS Latitude: 72
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: My husband and I were driving for a Fall shooot. We rounded a corner and gasped at this sight before us.
  • Gear: Canon Rebel XT
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