Monday, April 12, 2010

Vermont Views

All 4 of these photos were taken in different places. Two include views of Camel's Hump mountain, taken from different areas of Williston, VT.

I hope you like them. They're some of my favorites.







Overlooking Lake Champlain






22 comments:

Sea Witch said...

Always lovely your photos. These speak so eloqently of this lovely country. Sea Witch

Country Girl said...

Oh my gosh, so beautiful. I have much catching up to do and so little time. Must sleep . . .

Eve said...

Incredible Sharon!! I do love them!

Erin @ I Heart New England said...

Whoa, gorgeous!

Pat said...

I love the blue mountains, the open gate, the barbed wire fence; the scenery is so gorgeous!

Snappy Di said...

First and last photos are breathtaking! I think I need to take a trip to Vermont one of these days.

Di

Loree said...

I really love the last two. I enjoy visiting your blog and seeing another area of the world. It is always so interesting.

Hula Girl at Heart said...

The last one is my favorite. There is something about the greens in that photo that I find every appealing.

Susan said...

Hi Sharon....Lovely photos. The one of Camelback Mountain could have been taken in Arizona! Sincerely, Susan

Riet said...

I did post a comment but wasn't sure if it went where it had to go. So I just want to tell that I adore these picvtures. What a beautiful scenery.

The Early Birder said...

Gorgeous scenery.

A New England Life said...

I need to make a little correction. It's not Camelback Mt, it's actually Camel's Hump! Sorry about that.

For more info click here: http://www.naturalbornhikers.com/Camelshump/Camelshump.htm

I should have double checked my facts before putting it in print.

Sharon

Frances said...

Gosh -- I just ooooooohhhhh and ahhhhhhh every time I look at your pictures.

I so want to visit someday!!!!

The Retired One said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous mountains!! Love these!!

The Curious Cat said...

Love the colours in these...Vermont is really beautiful... xxx

Jayne said...

Simply beautiful.

Kerri said...

Pretty!

chasity said...

i more than like them....they are breathtaking.
love the rugged fence in #2 and the blowing grass in 3...

beautiful

Jay Albert said...

Thanks Sharon, Camels Hump brings back a childhood memory! I was 12 and I was my dad's "navigator" traveling to Montreal. I saw Camels Hump marked on a road map, pulled off the road to look at it for about 5 minutes. It was the first real mountain I ever saw!

Doreen said...

Beautiful :)

Dog Trot Farm said...

I have catching up to do, beautiful photos, sweet simplicity.

Erica Houskeeper said...

These are beautiful Sharon! Each and every one of them!

Camel's Hump is such a magnificent mountain. I never grow tired of that view.