June 22, 2007

Vermont


downtown Brattleboro secondfloor windows...

a few miles from my old home near Westminster, Vermont
After long last, doing the catching up, working like mad, taking a break from here to go over there and then going to see this and that, I wanted to share a few photos of our time away down in the southwestern part of our state and our rambles through my homestate of Vermont.

a favorite tree in a beautiful spot simply called "The Boat Landing"

Have a wonderful weekend! Summer is here! ::::added late:::: the wonderful Karen over at K-style featured my new website on her slideshow feature of her blog today! Thanks Karen so very much for the presentation!

10 comments:

Kate said...

ah vermont! i'm getting married there next summer - you gave me a twinge of excitement for the green of VT. thanks! know any must-use wedding or non-wedding folks in VT? photographers, flowers, sweets...?

susan said...

hi kate, sure!
what part of Vt. are you getting married? we lived in the southern part of the state, but also up north too - WAY up north. drop me a line

stephanie said...

I would love to visit Vermont someday...just looks beautiful!

I have really been vacillating about my bags, just wanting to do my artwork and am not having much energy/enthusiasm to do bags....

susan said...

steph - vt. is paradise to me. of course everyone has their own little paradise! you should do what your heart tells you... bags/artwork either one you are creating!

susanna said...

Oh I love seeing different parts of the States...thank you for the photos. I've never been to Vermont but I hear that it's absolutely beautiful. Hope you're having a good trip! Sounds like it! :)

swampgrrl said...

what beautiful photos. i love that tree!
thanks for sharing.

Mad said...

Sounds like a wonderful spell in your life. Great trip, graduation and nasturtiums! Thanks for your visit to Dan'd blog. Let's talk this week re. new stuff?
xo-
mad

rc said...

Summer IS here, isn't it?!? Fantastic!
Congrats to your daughter for graduating (with honors).
And thanks for the kind words about the Portsmouth Magazine piece. My pleasure! It's always a pleasure to write about good art and hope people are reading with absorption.
happy summering!
-RC

cruststation said...

Your photos are beautiful and relaxing, so happy you are enjoying the summer. Unfortunately, we still have rain here in the UK...

tongue in cheek said...

Summer breeze makes me feel fine...I am glad you are enjoying the moment.