autumn, Botanical garden, Brooklyn, fall colors, natural beauty, New York, Revolutionary War, Vermont
My wife Dallis and I were fortunate to travel to New York and Vermont in later September and early October this year. She took some amazing photographs on our trip, and I asked her to select five of her favorite ones that I could share with you here. I have indicated my best recollection of locations. Please enjoy! (You can click on a photo to enlarge it.)
We spent one afternoon in the Botanical Gardens in Brooklyn where we discovered some beautiful ponds.
In Vermont we drove many back roads to explore parts of the state you can’t see from the main roads. Here is one serene setting we discovered off the beaten path.
We visited the historic village of Grafton, Vermont, and had great fun walking the quiet streets near the brook running through town!
As we drove one day through parts of upstate New York, we stumbled upon a cemetery in Salem where there are more Revolutionary War soldiers buried than anywhere else in Washington County.
All of these gorgeous photos represent wonderful memories of a shared experience, which is especially exemplified in this last photo of Vermont fall colors!
Remember my friends that this world is a place of beauty and blessing!
Open your eyes to all of life’s glorious colors, textures, and experiences!
Photos (c) 2012 Dallis Day Richardson