Winter in Vermont
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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
Shipping Origin: Global
You can order your calendars from these links – Upper Cox Covered Bridge Cover OR Nolan Farm in West Arlington Cover
Still only $14.99 (Plus tax, shipping and all those other hidded charges). Basically, $20.00 each. Totally worth it.
The watermarks will NOT appear on the actual calendar.
A leftover picture from last month I forgot to post.
Back to my roadtrip… After I left Emily’s, I drove over to this barn for more picture taking fun.
It’s Maple Weekend at selected Northern New England Sugarhouse’s.
If you have been following along for the past few days, you know I went on an aimless road trip last week during the snowstorm. This was the view when I first got to Emily’s Covered Bridge. I was so happy!. Years of waiting for just the right conditions finally paid off. I think this was the best picture of the whole aimless road trip.
So… I’m driving up the road to Emily’s. I’m looking at the trees and the road and wondering what the bridge is going to look like. When the bridge was in view, I had to stop and just stare. Years of waiting have finally come to and end. I hit pay dirt!. Happy was an understatement.
Gold Brook Covered Bridge, also known as Stowe Hollow Bridge or Emily’s Bridge, is a small wooden covered bridge in the town of Stowe, Lamoille County, Vermont, carrying Covered Bridge Road over Gold Brook. Built in 1844, it is the only 19th-century covered bridge in the state built using wooden Howe trusses and carrying a public roadway. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
I’m outside taking pictures in the snow.
Christmas from the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington Vermont.