The other weekend we took a road trip to Vermont. We had destinations of sorts, but it was really just an excuse for my husband to get some seat time in his new Audi S4. I brought the camera along as usual even though this wasn’t a photography trip per se. He’s used to it by now. It was sunny with a few clouds in the sky and pretty warm.
This first one is so quintessentially Vermont that I’m almost embarrassed I took it.
Not the same barn, but this is what happens when they fall into disuse –
We got out of the car for a bit to stretch our legs in a new little park on Route 2 in Marshfield. The restored covered bridge went up last year and spans the Winooski River. It is one of the only agricultural bridges left.
There’s a meadow with a funny little henge in it –
You didn’t think I’d get through a whole post without a black and white did you? I particularly love this one. It’s a slight crop from the original – to get is square essentially and even though the color version works well, monochrome works even better. I spent a lot of time in Lightroom getting it just the way I want it.
Anyway, that’s it for the moment. I’m thinking of heading into the woods today to see if I can find some microscapes to shoot, back willing.