Saturday, November 10, 2012

Vermont Mountain


Mt. Mansfield is Vermont’s highest mountain.  It’s elevation is 4395 feet above sea level.  I guess that is small compared to some mountains of the world.

For the past few days it has been looking kind of wintery.

MtMansfield


This view is less than a quarter mile north of my house.  I pass it just about every day. It is stunning at the peak of autumn color, but that was weeks ago.

10 comments:

  1. It's stunning now with that cap of snow. Snowing here in CO today.

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  2. Beautiful photos. Sometimes the views we have go unappreciated until a visitor marvels how gorgeous they are.

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  3. It is still pretty. I agree. Very green.

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  4. Gorgeous scenery! Beautiful photos!
    Peace,
    Muff

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  5. Beautiful. Vermont may not have the highest mountains, but the scenery around the mountains is stunning. You are fortunate to live in this serene looking place.

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  6. Gorgeous!
    "Our" part of the country is so beautiful... Every day as I'm driving around I see scenes that make me wish I had my camera with me. I don't know why I don't carry it everywhere! Maybe I should start.

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  7. Very lovely view. I like your neck of the woods!

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  8. The photo is so beautiful, I love the snow capped mountain. Where I live in Adelaide it never snows, but a few weeks ago we had a cold spell and it actually snowed just out of the city in the Adelaide hills, but melted almost as soon as it hit the ground.

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  9. Love your photo of the snow capped mountain. I have never seen snow, not even when we travelled to Canada, so I really enjoy my armchair travels.

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  10. That view is as close as I ever want to get to snow again! It is beautiful but it sure looks cold!

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