Sunday, November 7, 2010

these gold tokens will buy you passage

to winter

22 comments:

cieldequimper said...

And I shall enjoy winter in Brattleboro.

Cezar and Léia said...

So elegant picture, a perfect background!
** I think the winter there is beautiful.Also imagine it's time for the "sugar"work in those trees and farms!
Hugs
and bon dimanche!
Léia

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Beautiful place

Small City Scenes said...

Stunning shot. Love the stone wall and steps.
Yep, you said it all in under 10 words. MB

Sharon said...

So beautiful and so true!

Fio said...

So romantic :-)

SRQ said...

Winter is right around the corner. That stone wall makes the shot so attractive.

Jacob said...

Very clever...you had me going for a moment! Lovely photo, too. And I think Vermont folks find much to enjoy about winter...

Randy said...

I'll take a million tokens. Wonderful photo.

Butch said...

I can see the solitude and hear the serenity of it all. The same as when the snow falls gently but makes no sound.

Amin said...

Beautiful photo and beautiful place...

Irina said...

What about to write a book on composition?
Great image, as usual.

Sharon Creech said...

brattcat, you prowl in such beautiful spots . . .

JM said...

They could remain like this until spring! :-)

♥ helen said...

very beautiful fall photo :)

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

gorgeous! thanks for your comments on the Roam Ruins of Spain on our travel site. I hope your daughter enjoys them.

Bob Crowe said...

That's an awful good landscape. The only tokens I ever buy are to ride the subway in New York (if they still tale tokens) or the CTA in Chicago.

magiceye said...

simply superb!!

Hilda said...

Beautiful!

I think I'll keep the tokens rather than use them, however. I've never experienced Winter and I don't know if my equatorial blood can take it.

Serge said...

Autumn is there, I love the colors1

VP said...

You are right, and the price is high. Luckily there are a lot of them...

Carraol said...

Beautiful image and warm words!