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Leaving Vermont colorful and blurry

A river flows beneath bright yellow fall foliage in South Londonderry, Vermont. (Loren Fisher/LorenPhotos.com)

A river flows beneath bright yellow fall foliage in South Londonderry, Vermont.

I finished my week in Vermont by driving some back roads and scenic highways on the way south. I took Route 100, which has to be one of the most scenic roads in the east. It runs the length of the state, from Massachusetts to within a few miles of Canada. The whole road has something to see. In South Londonderry, I drove down a small dirt road along the river where the water was running fast over rocks. Trees were showing some color, so I climbed out on rocks in the river and used a long shutter speed to make the water blurry. A fitting end to the trip, colorful and blurry.

See all of Loren’s Vermont fall foliage photos.

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