I went out to Joe’s Pond in Danville to spend some quality time with my camera. The plan was to get some Milky Way pictures. As I was about to pack up and leave after an hour or so, I looked to the northeast. Look what I found!… Comet Neowise.
Since the location wasn’t working for me. I snapped a few pictures and went on an insane quest to find a some place better. Every place I knew of, that I did get to, was fogged in. It sucked… Maybe I will have better luck Friday night.
I thought I would take a trip to the border Friday to get a feel for the foliage. Not a lot of color yet but, I did find these cows.
Fun fact. I am using this same picture, taken in the fall, in my calendars.
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My 2019 Calendars display stunning photography of Vermont’s landscapes, farms and covered bridges. You’ll see the beauty of Vermont’s rural and urban landscapes during all four seasons.
This year, I have two different cover photographs. One of the Nolan Farm in West Arlington and the other cover is of the Upper Cox Brook Covered Bridge during a snow storm.
My calendars have made great Christmas presents for the last 5+ years!.
Calendar Details –
11″ x 8.5″, coil binding, white interior paper (100# weight), full-color interior ink
Interior Color: Full-color
Paper Quality: 100#
Cover Finish: Gloss
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The watermarks will NOT appear on the actual calendar.
Last Friday night turned out to be a perfect night to attempt getting a picture of the Milky Way. In the low 60s and low humidity for a change. Off to Stowe I went. I still need to learn some of the tricks to this but I feel I am heading in the right direction. That is Mars directly the airplane trace with Waterbury at the bottom left.
I really don’t think anyone wants to see what it’s really like here now. So, here is a SUMMER picture from the Shelburne Museum.
FYI. Your taxes are due tomorrow.