The foliage was amazing last weekend in Northfield Vermont last weekend.
I had to get away from the house and needed a distraction from my sadness so I went picture taking for a little while.
The Willard Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge carrying Mill Street across the Ottauquechee River in Hartland, Vermont. It is the eastern of two covered bridges on the road, which are connected via a small island in the river; the western bridge was built in 2001. This bridge, built about 1870, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
So, I thought I would go get a few pictures of the Milky Way last week, since there was almost no moon. I *think* I am getting the hang of this.
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.
We had some snow yesterday. It made for a few nice pictures. Most of it is gone now.
A deserted Montpelier Vermont. I had always wanted pictures of Montpelier with no traffic but, not under these circumstances.
Since we can’t really go anywhere, I am stuck with short trips for now.
Finally, a clear day and the sun!
Spring sunset from Oakledge Park in Burlington