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Photograph America Newsletter on Southern Vermont
 
This newsletter describes some of my favorite locations for photographing autumn color in southern Vermont. The next time you photograph a New England autumn season, start your photo explorations in northern Vermont. Then stay on an extra week or longer and follow the peak of fall color as it moves south. This loop trip starts in Woodstock at the Jenne Farm, and moves south through the classic villages of Grafton and Newfane in a circle around southern Vermont on a search for covered bridges, roaring brooks, old red barns, and mountain lakes surrounded by autumn color. This newsletter will help you find the best locations at the peak of the season for the best autumn photography.
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The next time you photograph a New England autumn season, start your photo explorations up in northern Vermont, then follow the peak of fall color as it moves south. This loop trip starts in Woodstock and moves south through the classic villages of Grafton and Newfane in a circle around southern Vermont discovering covered bridges, roaring brooks, old red barns, and mountain lakes.
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Locations
  • Appalachian Trail
  • Arlington
  • Arlington Covered Bridge
  • Bennington
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
  • Brattleboro
  • Chester
  • Connecticut River
  • Danby
  • Danby Mountain Road
  • Devil's Den
  • Emerald Lake
  • George D. Aiken Wilderness Area
  • Grafton
  • Green Mountain National Forest
  • Halifax
  • Hapgood Pond
  • Jacksonville Stage Road
  • Jay Peak
  • Jenne Farm
  • Kelly Stand Road
  • Lake Champlain
  • Little Rock Pond
  • Mad Tom Notch Road
  • Manchester Village
  • Mount Mansfield
  • Mt. Tabor-Weston Road
  • Newfane
  • Peru
  • Rutland
  • Shenandoah National Park
  • South Branch of Saxtons River
  • Weston
  • Woodstock