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Vermont Fall Foliage 2015 Slideshow

Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2016 7:17 am
by markm
Hello everyone. I finally got a chance to put together a slide show of pictures I took during my 3 days in Vermont back in the Fall of 2015.
The Towns I went through include the following. S Royalton, S Tunbridge, Tunbridge, Reading, Groton, Peacham, Granville, and Barnard.
I have it on YouTube for anyone to see if you click on the link. Make sure to view it in 1080p for best quality. Thanks to everyone here who contributes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdvgD9remlY
Thanks for watching.

Re: Vermont Fall 2015 Slideshow

Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2016 7:59 am
by ctyanky
Mark: these are beautiful! I see you love farm animals and barns, two of my favorite Vermont photo ops. I'm looking forward to your 2016 slide show and also, your "off topic" NW corner tour we did this past fall! Nice captivating music. My favorites were "Cows up Close" and the haybales! :D

Re: Vermont Fall 2015 Slideshow

Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2016 6:10 pm
by markm
ctyanky wrote:Mark: these are beautiful! I see you love farm animals and barns, two of my favorite Vermont photo ops. I'm looking forward to your 2016 slide show and also, your "off topic" NW corner tour we did this past fall! Nice captivating music. My favorites were "Cows up Close" and the haybales! :D

Thanks for the nice comments. We have similar taste.

Be on the lookout for more slideshows posted here in the coming days of other years in Vermont.

I hope it will get everyone through the Winter blues and provide enthusiasm for next Fall!

Re: Vermont Fall Foliage 2015 Slideshow

Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 10:48 am
by Utah Baker
markm, what an enchanting way to share your photos! Really enjoyed these as old man winter is really starting his reign, nice to savor those memories!

Re: Vermont Fall Foliage 2015 Slideshow

Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 11:00 am
by markm
Utah Baker wrote:markm, what an enchanting way to share your photos! Really enjoyed these as old man winter is really starting his reign, nice to savor those memories!

Thank you, I am fortunate to be able to see these scenes in person and capture them to share.