Tuesday, October 9, 2012

A Cloudy But Awesome Vermont Autumn

The fall colors in Vermont this year are above average, in my estimation.  The colors are brighter and more varied than they have been in recent years. The foliage season has also hit about on schedule, not late like last year.

The sky is a different story,  however. There's been a lot of gloom, fog, drizzle, clouds, mist, rain. Luckily the sun has broken through from time to time, and this week is forecast to be sunnier than last.

The cloudiness and gloom has proven, though, that you don't need bright sun to create lots of wonderful foliage pictures. The photos this year tend to be different from the dazzling light you see in the tourist brochures, but that's OK. It's nice to have something different.

I took all these photos in Franklin County, Vermont, in the northwestern part of the state. Click on each pic for a bigger, better view.

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