So, honey and I just returned from a very brief trip up to Williston, VT. He had to head up on business Thursday morning, work until 8:30 at night, then work most of the day Friday. I tagged along for the photographic opportunities.
Most of the time I wasn't really sure where I was going, so GPS came in handy. Especially when I wanted to get back from where ever I wandered off too! It's God's country up there!
The views are serene and breathtaking. Acres and acres of fields, old farms, breathtaking mountain views. Quite a few farms have sold their land for housing developments. Disappointing to see, but understandable.
Yes, there's snow up on the mountains.
I became so excited when ever I'd see this in the distance: barn vents and a silo. I know, it doesn't take much, does it.
Making it my mission to find as many farms as possible I some how forgot all about visiting Maple Sugar houses! You can best believe I'm kicking myself now!!!
Thursday saw temps in the 50's with an overcast sky. Not the best day for shooting but it's all I had to work with. At one time I would guess this was a thriving farm. Today it's worn out, ill kept, and overgrown. Many others I encountered had the similar facades. It's no wonder they've sold out.
Still, it makes for a wonderful photograph