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Photographing Vermont's Fall Foliage: Where to Find the Iconic Shots - 2nd Edition

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Photographing Vermont's Fall Foliage: Where to Find the Iconic Shots - 2nd Edition

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An illustrated guide to scenic photo locations in Vermont, including detailed directions, GPS coordinates, best time-of-day, parking and access information, and commentary.
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Jul 31, 2012
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Photographing Vermont's Fall Foliage - Andy Richards

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PHOTOGRAPHING VERMONT’S FALL FOLIAGE

(Where to Find the Iconic Shots)

2nd Edition

An illustrated guide to scenic photo locations in Vermont, including detailed directions, GPS coordinates, best time-of-day, parking and access information, and commentary

Copyright ©2017 by Andy Richards and Carol Smith

ISBN: 9781543911664

The photographs in this book are a courtesy to illustrate the scenes being discussed. They are all copyrighted and may not be downloaded, copied, reprinted or otherwise used for any purpose (including wallpaper for your computer screen) without the express, written permission of the artist. After all, this is a book about telling you where to find your own photographs.

Andy and Carol agree that the text in this book is a joint work, and subject to copyright as that term is defined and understood under the U.S. Copyright Act, of 1976, Section 101, and that they have made equal contribution to the writing and text of this book. The illustrative photographs will remain the property of, and subject to copyright owned by the individual photographer (i.e., Andy’s photographs remain subject to his copyright and Carol’s to hers). The authors have made every effort to identify the copyright and authorship of the illustrative photographs in this book, but inadvertent failure to do so will not negate the copyright owned by each individual photographer.

If you are interested in purchasing or using any of the photographs in the book (or any other photographs of Vermont, or around the United States) you can contact us by email (Andy and Carol), or visit us at our respective websites: Andy’s LightCentric Photography website, and Carol’s website, Images by Carol Smith, or Andy’s LightCentric Photography Blog. It is also worth noting that both Andy and Carol have more Vermont images and perspectives on their respective websites for most of the locations in this book.

Contents

Copyright

Illustrations

What’s New in the 2nd Edition?

FORWARD

ABOUT Photographing Vermont’s Fall Foliage

A Resource

You will need a Map

Our Photographs

A New Edition

Change

Enjoy the Read

Acknowledgments

NORTHWEST VERMONT

Bakersfield – East Fairfield

Sheldon

Sheldon Cemetery

H.T. Doane Farm

Jordan Farm

The Waterville Mountain Road

Waterville

Montgomery Covered Bridge

Hogback Road

Fairfax

McNall Farm

Mayotte Farm

Barn on Lower Pleasant Valley Road

Old Red Mill

Montgomery and Montgomery Center

Longley Bridge

Comstock Bridge

Hill West Road Views and Horses

Creamery Bridge

Big Falls

NORTHEAST VERMONT

Hazen’s Notch

Barton

Barton Village Photo

The Pines Farm

Crystal Lake

Pageant Park at Crystal Lake

Bean Pond

May Pond

Wheeler Pond

Lake Willoughby

Long Pond, Westmore

Jobs Pond

Island Pond

Lewis Pond Overlook

Burton Hill Farm Scene

Irasburg Village Square

Craftsbury Common

West Burke United Methodist Church

Darling Hill Road

Sheffield Falls

Flagg Pond; Stannard

South Wheeler Mountain Road/Stannard Mountain Road

Stannard Methodist Episcopal Church

Jack Brook Falls, East Haven

Foster Bridge/Cabot Plains Road

Peacham

Peacham Village Shot

Other Peacham Opportunities

Martins Pond Peacham

Stevenson Road.

Hillside Acres Farm

CENTRAL VERMONT

Groton State Forest

Ricker Pond

Owl’s Head Overlook

Peacham Pond

Osmore Pond

Noyes Pond / Seyon Ranch State Park

Thurman Dix Reservior East Barre

Marshfield Pond (a/k/a Turtlehead Pond)

Marshfield Falls

Robinson Hill Road, Calais

Stowe

Stowe Village Shot

Trapp Hill Road

Mt. Mansfield Toll Road

Bingham Falls

Grand View Farm

Waitsfield/Warren Area

Moss Glen Falls (Granville)

Mad River

Bragg Hill Road

The Common Road

The Appalachian Gap

Browns Road Barn

Briggs Hill Road

Bartlett Falls

Monkton Ridge

Silver Street

Killington

Northfield and Northfield Covered Bridges

Bridge in a Bridge

Slaughterhouse Bridge

Turkey Hill Road

SOUTHEAST VERMONT

Waits River – East Corinth Area

East Corinth

East Topsham

Waits River Village

East Orange Village

Tunbridge Village

Sharon

Strafford

Pomfret

Woodstock Area

Cloudland Road

Sleepy Hollow Farm

Green River Covered Bridge

Brattleboro Area

Dummerston Covered Bridge

Jelly Mill Falls, a/k/a Stickney Brook Falls

Newfane

Townshend

Townshend Lake

Athens Pond

Weston

Plymouth

River Road Farm (Bridgewater Corners)

SOUTHWESTERN VERMONT

Arlington and West Arlington

West Arlington Green Covered Bridge

Batten Kill Farm

Bennington

Pownal

Chiselville Covered Bridge

About the Authors

Andy Richards

Carol Smith

Illustrations

Farm-East Fairfield

H.T. Doane Farm

Jordan Farm

Waterville Mountain Road

Montgomery Covered Bridge

Hogback Road-Lamoille River

Mayotte Farm

Pleasant Valley Barn 1

Pleasant Valley Barn 2

Old Red Mill

Longley Bridge

Comstock Bridge

West Hill Road

Creamery Bridge

Big Falls

Hazen’s Notch

Barton Village

The Pines Farm - Barton

Crystal Lake Boat Launch

Crystal Lake Sunrise

Pageant Park – Crystal Lake

Bean Pond 1

Bean Pond 2

May Pond 1

May Pond 2

Lake Willoughby 1

Lake Willougby 2

Long Pond

Jobs Pond

Island Pond

Lewis Pond

Burton Hill Farm Scene

Irasburg Common

Craftsbury Common

West Burke United Methodist Church

Darling Hill Road

Sheffield Falls

Flagg Pond

Stannard Methodist Episcopal Church

Jack Brook Falls

Foster Covered Bridge 1

Foster Covered Bridge 2

Peacham - Afternoon

Peacham - Morning

Peacham Cemetary

Stone House Road

Martin’s Pond

Stevenson Road

Hillside Acres

Ricker Pond

Owl’s Head Overlook

Peacham Pond

Osmore Pond

Noyes Pond

Bubbles over Noyes Pond

Thurman Dix Reservior

Marshfield Pond

Marshfield Falls

Robinson Hill Road - Calais

Stowe Village

Trapp Hill Road

Stowe - Mt. Mansfield Gondola

Mt. Mansfield Summit

Bingham Falls

Grand View Farm 1

Grand View Farm 2

Moss Glen Falls

Mad River

Bragg Hill Road Farm 1

Bragg Hill Road Farm 2

The Common Road - Waitsfield

Skinner Barn – Common Road - Waitsfield

The Appalachian Gap

Browns Road

Briggs Hill Farm

Bartlett Falls

Hardscrabble Road – Monkton Ridge

Silver Street -Hinesburg

Killington Mountain

Lefferts Pond

Bridge-in-a-Bridge – Northfield

Upper Cox Bridge

Slaughterhouse Bridge

Turkey Hill Road

East Corinth

East Topsham

Waits River Village

East Orange Village

Tunbridge Village

Sharon Church

Strafford Meeting House 1

Strafford Meeting House 2

Sleepy Hollow Farm

Green River Covered Bridge

Dummerston Covered Bridge

Jelly Mill Falls

Windham County Courthouse

Newfane Common

Townshend Common

Townshend Lake

Athens Pond

Weston

Calvin Coolidge Homestead Village

Calvin Coolidge Homestead Grand View

River Road Farm – Bridgewater Corners

Meadow – Hartland Exit – I-91

West Arlington Covered Bridge

Battenkill Farm

First Church – Bennington 1

First Church – Bennington 2

Carpenter Hill Road - :Pownal

Chiselville Covered Bridge

Pawlett Farm Scene

What’s New in the 2nd Edition?

Since this book was first published in 2012, Andy has traveled to Vermont for weeklong photography trips at least 3 more times. During the 5 years since completing the 1st Edition, he has personally discovered a number of new (to him) locations.

Shortly before beginning work on the 1st Edition, Andy met Carol on the Scenes of Vermont Forums. A great friendship developed, based mainly on the bonds of kindred enthusiasm for photography and Vermont. They became regular correspondents, and found time to shoot together each time Andy returned to Vermont. Carol’s substantial knowledge of Vermont – particularly the very photogenic Northeast Kingdom, was a great resource, and some of her photographs appear in the 1st Edition. It became a natural conclusion for Andy to ask Carol to join him as co-author for this 2nd Edition.

There is enhanced geographical coverage in this edition with numerous new places described and illustrated. In some instances, more detail and additional locations in the locale have been added.

We eliminated the maps at the beginning of each section. The publisher charges us for each image, and they really weren’t very good. As we note elsewhere, you really need to have your own maps to follow along.

This edition includes an updated format, including newly-added authors’ personal observation of a location, where we think it will be useful.

As the introduction acknowledges, nature is ever-changing and this makes an up-to-date reference like this a real challenge. We try to give a proverbial heads-up to changed conditions and locations. Sadly, change sometimes means a location is less photogenic. But hopefully, we also occasionally discover new locations that can sometimes be gems.

FORWARD

(In 1973, Arnold John Kaplan wrote the seminal Pamphlet on photographing Vermont. His work predates the internet, digital photography, eBooks, and all manner of modern publishing and communication. It was, in our opinion, far and away the most useful resource available for photographers who wanted to photograph in Vermont. Both of us referenced this pamphlet extensively in our Vermont photography trips. By the time we got to know Arnold, he was already in his 90s. Ironically, although Carol has met him (he was a former member of her camera club), Andy never had the pleasure of shaking Arnold’s hand. Nonetheless, there could be no greater honor than to have Arnold write the forward to the 2012 book. He was an inspiration to both of us, and his spirit and inspiration live on, hopefully in part, through this book). Nonetheless, Arnold graciously agreed to write the forward to the First Edition, and we can think of no better tribute than to dedicate this book to Arnold, and reproduce the Forward to the First Edition here:

*****

"I have never met Andy Richards in person; only on the internet, through the Scenes of Vermont website. But I feel a kinship to him as we both love to photograph Vermont. While attending a small rural college in Vermont in 1977, his interest in photography was kindled.

He says he is a business attorney, but that photography is his passion. He shoots primarily outdoor, natural and architectural subjects and uses Photoshop to achieve his photographic vision. Andy takes every chance he gets to travel, especially to Vermont, to photograph.

From what I have read about Andy on the Internet, in his LightCentric Photography Blog, his LightCentric website, and our e-mail correspondences, I would call him a Photographer’s Photographer. He takes his photographic passion very seriously and keeps up with the many technical changes that seem to occur in digital photography about every six months.

Andy is the person I would choose to carry on with this new Vermont Book to help

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