photography, random twin farms-barnard VERMONT December 3, 2012December 3, 2012by Gail Schechter Weekend in Vermont you can click on any image to see it full size 🙂 Share this:FacebookMoreEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Gorgeousness! Is this what I have to look forward to once our daughter leaves the nest this August?
yes, but not in AUGUST 🙂
That’s are beautiful photos, it’s already start to snow ? We had a lot in Italy last february and it was hard for a lot of people but I liked it………I’m in love with it !
I love walking my dogs in it. They just love it..it’s the rain they hate.
Me either… hahaha ! Xoxo
Beautiful photos loved the snow was it your anniversary?
thanks Mary Jane!
It was a friends birthday.
Our anniversary is in June.
One of my dreams is to see Vermont and all its beautiful landscapes. Oh, and the Ben and Gerry’s ice cream factory. Beautful images that celebrates the joys of life and nature. Perhaps one day I will get me dream wish. Happy Holidays.
Vermont is a great place to visit!
We took are kids on the B & J tour a few years ago, they liked it very much. I preferred the Harpoon tasting and Simon Pearce, they have an active glass blowing factory a few miles from their restaurant/retail store.
Happy and Healthy to you and yours!
I enjoyed this set very much, Gail. Every one is interesting and so pretty! Happy New Year! (Your new year actually began a couple of months ago, didn’t it? Shimon posted about it, I think.)
Thanks George, I think you are you talking about Rosh Hashanah.
Here is the definition-thought you would enjoy it 🙂
Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה, literally “head of the year”), is the Jewish New Year. It is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora’im (“Days of Awe”) which usually occur in the early autumn of the Northern Hemisphere. Rosh Hashanah is a two day celebration which begins on the first day of Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish calendar. The day is believed to be the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, and their first actions toward the realization of mankind’s role in God’s world. Rosh Hashanah customs include sounding the shofar and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey. The common greeting on Rosh Hashanah is “Shanah Tovah”, which, in Hebrew, means “(Have) a good year”.
I still have fun celebrating December 31st!
Hi Gail~ Jealous me. Wonderful photographs! I love how you see the world around you. It is very peaceful. ~amy
Thank you, this was really a great weekend. My husband and I came here by ourselves in June a few years back. It really is a place to be with a group of people.
Your eye is pretty damn good as well!
Have a great DAY!