This week’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos) theme is COUNTRYSIDE. A few years ago Chris and I traveled through Vermont on the way into Québec, Canada. On the way back from Québec, we hit the perfect Vermont fall folliage season – one week was all it took, and the leaves everywhere were mixtures of yellow and crimson. The foliage color is so intense that the fall season in Vermont attracts “leaf peepers” from all over to view the spectacular landscapes. The picture above was taken just outside of Killington, a popular ski area during the winter.
Don Faust | Partner, Contributor and Photo Editor of the travel site www.caroundtheworld.com, winner of 2010 Lowell Thomas travel writing award.