Every year I take this exact same picture. It never gets old.
From earlier this winter.
The Pine Brook Covered Bridge, also called the Wilder Covered Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge that crosses Pine Brook in Waitsfield, Vermont on North Road. Built in 1872, it is one two surviving 19th-century covered bridges in the town. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
I love Waitsfield.
On the back roads of Waitsfield Vermont.
Sometime during late October, I was looking at all the Autumn in Vermont pictures I have taken over the last 5 or so years. I start thinking, “I have quite a bit of Autumn in Vermont pictures. I should do something with them”. I should have dropped that idea right then but NOPE!. I spent all of November and December looking through the archives and managed to come up with enough pictures to build up an Autumn in Vermont website a Facebook Page and Twitter page. Quite a few of the pictures I will be posting have never been posted before. For whatever reason. As I was working my way through the pictures, I found some pictures I had totally forgotten about.
So, Starting sometime around January 1st or so, I will be launching an Autumn in Vermont website, Facebook Page and Twitter Page. It is 100% Autumn in Vermont pictures and stuff.
The website is- https://www.autumninvt.com/. The Facebook page is- https://www.facebook.com/AutumnInVT/. And the Twitter page is- https://twitter.com/AutumnVermont.
My hope is that the Facebook and Twitter pages can develop a sizeable amount of followers in a short amount of time. If that happens, I may very well start to create Autumn in Vermont calendars. All I ask is that you share, like and follow the page(s).
I thought I would go out and reshoot this. It’s one of my favorite scenes in Vermont.