Our trip in October 2017, with Mark Rasmussen (Lightchase Photography), took us to Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine to photograph fall color.
We stopped to photograph this weathered barn on a back road in Granby, VT. Bill and Marion, the owners of the property, invited us to take all the pictures we wanted, then proceeded to entertain us for the next two hours.
Same location as the previous image, this one taken with filters to block the light, allowing a long exposure.
A kayaker appeared out of the fog over Echo Lake.
We stopped at Camden Hills State Park in Maine on a foggy day.
Woodward Reservoir. VT
Swift River reflections.
Rt 116, NH
Marshal Point Lighthouse at sunrise.
Our first morning brought brief sunrise color over a foggy Kent Pond, in Killington, VT.
On scenic Rt 100.
Peacham is a tiny town in Vermont. There is not much more there than the church, a barn, a few houses, and the volunteer fire department.
Another vista along the Kancamagus Highway.
Crystal Cascade at Pinkham Notch, NH.
The lighthouse at Pemaquid Point in Maine.
A long exposure at Marshall Point.
I admire the creative use of old windows in refitting this old barn as an event space. Rte 100 VT.
We photographed at this site on Huntington Road on two different days, with very different light on this the second day.
We crossed into New Hampshire and photographed along the Kancamagus Highway, with vistas of the Presidential Range. This is from Springhill Overlook.
Silver Cascade in Crawford Notch State Park
We hunted for a covered bridge that was photogenic, and finally found what we were hoping for at the Swift River Covered Bridge in Conway, NH.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse
The view from Cadillac Mountain at daybreak in Acadia National Park
Near East Corinth, VT.
A foot and bike trail in Groton State Forest.
The Kancamagus Highway runs beside the Swift River for many miles.
Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine.
Blueberry bushes turn bright red in the fall. Schoodic Point, Acadia National Park.
The Asticou Azalea Gardens in the town of Northeast Harbor on Mount Desert Island.