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Old Oct 5, 2012, 9:16 PM   #1
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Default Vermont - Part III



There were formations like this all over the place.


Serenity.




Taken through the windshield/windscreen between wiper swipes.








Stopped for the call of nature. Spotted this wall in the middle of the woods.


Another abandoned house. Sad.
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Old Oct 9, 2012, 12:27 AM   #2
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Oh I do love the brilliance of autumn. And these confirm why! I love them all, especially the leaf strewn road and the old house.
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Default Mr+1 - the leaf-strewn road really caught my eye also.

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*1. They're all great but the leaf strewn road really caught me eye as well.
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All are good, Gary. I'm partial to the composition of #2 with the rocks and leafs.
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You guys are just so lucky.. I mean look at that .. its spectacular... !
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You guys are just so lucky.. I mean look at that .. its spectacular... !
Thanks very much, everyone. I'm looking forward to the next couple of weeks in Kentucky. The colors should be popping really well.
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Dream site Gary, that is all I can say...
Colors are nice we don't have them like these here yet.
You made very good pictures !!
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