Today I would like to extend warm holiday wishes to all of my friends.
The weather was pleasant enough to get out last Sunday. Even at 3:00 in the afternoon, the shadows get pretty long. The sun is setting very low and the colors become a bit warmer.
Looking over the Great Meadow.
This is Elsa bathed in the late afternoon light. The color temperature is warm, but the air temperature wasn’t. Alas, stick season is upon us.
Off of Rt 67A in North Bennington, Vermont is Murphy Rd which is the road that the Paper Mill Bridge takes you over the Waloomsac River. Follow Murphy Road and you will find the Henry Bridge. These were taken on Thanksgiving Day after the big storm.
One of the historic ships that call Baltimore, Maryland home is the USCG Taney. The Taney is the last floating ship that served at Pearl Harbor. I had a little free time while I was recently on business travel and toured the ship.
Just outside of Bennington, Vermont is the Paper Mill Bridge, just off of Rt 67A. There seems to be a little construction going on at the bridge and dam site. But I found a way to shoot around it.
There is another shot I wanted to get. I had to do some bushwhacking to get down to the river.
Not far away from yesterday’s little train station is Buskirks Bridge. I’ve always wanted to shoot covered bridges in the snow, but getting on location from where I live to where the bridges are takes three to four hours and driving around after winter storms is not my most favorite thing to do. Since there are several bridges close by my mom’s house, I grabbed my gear and took advantage of the storm.