Monday, June 13, 2011

the rain-glazed road from brattleboro to canada...

is a silver ribbon threaded through a velvet green gown

23 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a beautiful scene Brattcat, is that a little house I see in the distance?

Malyss said...

All jewels are not hidden in jewel-boxes...

brattcat said...

It's a barn, Perth. Along this road the barns pop up as regularly as wild flowers. Thank you for your thoughtful comments and regular visits!

brattcat said...

And to you, too, dear Malyss, thank you.

cieldequimper said...

It doesn't get more poetic than this. Shall we drive a cart?

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Waiting for the paper moon.......

You are so wonderful at evoking thought in your photos. Loved the museum one too!


Have a great week!

Cezar and Léia said...

Perfect place for a great promenade!
This picture is a lovely postcard, thanks for this beautiful image!
Léia :)
*** I'm totally easygoing now!

Sharon Creech said...

Beautiful ribbon and gown, beautiful words to match your scene . . .

Sharon said...

It's a road that begs to be followed.

Kate said...

How could anyone not love summer when there are scenes like this to uplift one's soul?!

lizziviggi said...

I'd love go for a drive along that road and see where it takes me.

Jacob said...

Beautiful photograph with beautiful words!

Birdman said...

I like how you composed this one.

Bob Crowe said...

From a good place to a good place.

Butch said...

And soon enough those hills will be in all their fall glorious colors.

Amin said...

What beautiful place!

Clueless in Boston said...

Ahhh! Those great Vermont backroads, all twists and turns with great views of the mountains everywhere.

Carraol said...

For someone surrounded of glass and concrete this wonderful image look like paradise!

Giorgio said...

I would never get to Canada. I would stop at each turn to take a picture!

JM said...

Absolutely lovely road!

Montreal Photo Daily said...

Can't believe that I almost miss seeing this. This is a wonderful capture of the idyllic landscape around your area. Would love to see this in person. Would you know the name or number of this road? Thanks.

Montreal Photo Daily said...

Thanks brattcat for your speedy response. We often go for drives near the Quebec/Vermont border. That may just be our next destination. And I'm so glad to hear that you had fun times in Montreal.

I enjoy reading your blog and will add link to my blog. Hope to hear from you soon.

Arija said...

If only . . . I do miss Vt. so.