I'm still going through a lot of my shots so this collection will likely grow.
The rising Sun, fresh snow and remaining foliage made for a great 3 hrs of phototaking fun on Sunday. However, the cold temps and breeze stripped the trees bare by afternoon. Now all we have left are the tamaracks which will likely be completing their turn by this weekend.
Snowliage Scene by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
A great job indeed!
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We never got any foliage anything like that down here except in small pockets. Once again the NEK wins the prize. I thought that with the late year maybe we would do better than you guys this year.. nope, not even close. Instead you guys got a really long season and we got .. mostly bleh.
I dunno what it is but the NEK nearly always seems to do well. The only time I've seen it not have great color were in 2004 (when i went up way too early) and 2005 (which was the worst year for foliage everywhere that I can ever remember).
That is some fine photography there. You should send some of those shots into Vermont Life. They have early deadlines, check with them.
ixl wrote:That is some fine photography there. You should send some of those shots into Vermont Life. They have early deadlines, check with them.
ctyanky wrote:Hey Tim! Congratulations on making Photo of the Day on Capture My Vermont with your Snowliage scene! I just knew it! It is truly a winner! Like I said in a previous post, you are going places with this photo! I hope you submit it to a magazine or somewhere.
Well after all the encouragement I received here, I did indeed submit a set of photos to Vermont Life. And low a behold they picked one for a two page spread! The issue should be arriving to subscribers very soon. I thought they might pick one of the foliage with snow shots since it is rather rare to get snow during actual peak foliage. The editors went a different direction and chose the wide view of this shot.
Lafayette In Fall by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
Thanks again for the support
Again, congratulations are in order for your Vermont Life two page autumn spread!
Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot
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