What’s good: One last day in Vermont

Morning sun makes water drop glisten on phlox pedals.

Today was my last day in Vermont on this trip – back to the reality of work. Overnight rain turned to morning fog, which created a nice mood for a shot of the phlox along the Ottauquechee River in Quechee. I don’t know if the wild flower was more prevalent this year or I really hadn’t noticed it before, but it is everywhere, at least near water. The little flowers are either white or purple and they’re beautiful. A couple of hours after sunrise, the sun broke through and made the water drops glisten.

Phlox grow along the Ottauqueeche River.

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