This is my Vermont Fall Foliage Gallery.
Maple tree lined road with fall colors on 10 Oct
In Vermont, New England’s fall foliage almost always starts it’s fiery color burning a swath from the North East Kingdom down Route 100 and into the Green Mountains. You will generally find good color from around the 20th of September through Mid October.
You’ll start up north but then the color will quickly advance down to the valleys and the feet of the Green Mountains and the many ski resorts. The fall colors travel from the north to the south but never in a straight line nor the way way from year to year. Visit Vermont and see where peak fall foliage will show up this year.
Danby Vermont barn in fall foliage color
Taftsville covered bridge
Chiselville Covered Bridge
puppet faces hanging from a post
maple tree across Vermont church steeple
Northfield’s Slaughter House covered bridge
Two white horses grazing in a field oblivious to the fall foliage around them, A nice hidden gem.
Vermont foliage locations
Montgomery creamery covered bridge (west hill bridge)
Autumn color around Moss Glen Falls
Champ seen in unusual places
Fall color surrounds Danville Vermont building
spotlight on fall color around Seyon pond
A walk down a Vermont back road among the leaves
Peacham store in the middle of Peacham Vermont.
fall colors surround white horse at fence
Fall color with Peacham Vermont church
Hazen’s Notch road near Montgomery Vermont 23 Sept
View from Hazens Notch Vermont 2013
Afternoon sun on yellow Vermont foliage at moss glen falls
Night falls at Cilley Hill for their pumpkin glow
view of nearby hills covered in early fall foliage colors
A farmers back road in peacham Vermont during New England fall foliage.
I wouldn’t mind a stoll along this lane and see what I find on “this road less traveled”.
Stowe Vermont White steeple against fall color on 27 Sept (still a bit early)
a garage covered in license plates
The slaughterhouse covered bridge above the Cox Brook
Vermont farm in Central VT east of Lake Champlain, Oct 10 2013
skinny cow looking around tree in Vermont foliage
The old red mill is the museum for “Snowflake” Bentley.
A hidden gem on the opposite hill of the Green Mountain National Forest.
Route 100 fall colors behind red barn
Hildene home of Todd Lincoln amid fall foliage