Thursday, April 3, 2008

Sky Watch Friday: Mt. Mansfield

I went to Craftsbury, Vermont on Saturday to visit a sugarhouse (see the post here) when I saw this view of Mt. Mansfield which is in Stowe, Vermont. When clicked, this photo will open, full size, in a new window. Mt. Mansfield is Vermont's highest peak (4393 feet or 1339 meters).
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35 comments:

  1. Will it be washed away by the thawing Lake Champlain?

    Andree, as always, that is a stunning shot of beautiful Vermont.

    I admire your talent

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  2. I have made a habit of commenting first on the person who was listed right before me and guess who that was today! So, this is Vermont? Rolling hills and vistas. Lovely, lovely. Reminds me of somewhere. *grin*

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  3. Our tallest peak in Georgia is Brasstown Bald at 4784 but yours is much prettier! Nice shot!

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  4. A great panorama! That peak in the centre offsets the rise just to the right of it very well.

    Cheers,

    David Webb: Pictures of Nature

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  5. And it still has snow on it!!!!!!!!!

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  6. this is beautiful one day i hope to be able to see it in person nice shot

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  7. Wow what a beautiful view this is, I would just stand the captivated by such a scene laid out before me..
    Thank you Andree for joining in with the fun of Skywatch again.
    Tom

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  8. It has been a long time since I last visited Stowe. You've brought back fond memories.

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  9. Andrée, I have been on the this mountain! What a lovely shot you got of it. How long does the snow stay in the spring?

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  10. Andree: What a beautiful place. the moutain is outstanding.

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  11. Beautiful place and a great shot!

    Petunia's SWFpost

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  12. A marvelous landscape!

    Have a nice weekend1

    Luiz

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  13. Great view, your skywatch is beautiful as always. Have a nice weekend.

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  14. Now that is such a beautiful view :-)

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  15. oh that is just postcard pretty. That's a great shot.

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  16. what a view!

    thanks for visiting my SWF

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  17. Very beautiful SWF-photo!
    Have a nice weekend:)

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  18. Lovely landscape. I have always wanted to visit Vermont. I've been to every state except Florida and the New England states.

    That mountain is a lovely little bump. Have you ever been to the Pacific Northwest?

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  19. What an awesome view! Makes you want to start climbing.

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  20. Very beautiful place!!
    Thank you for visiting my blog.

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  21. Thanks for taking a 'tiny jaunt' over to my blog. I'm so pleased that I returned the favour. What a stunning view! Once upon a time (before children) I spent as much of my free time as possible climbing snow covered mountain. This one looks both enticing and a little intimidating. Have a great week.

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  22. I love looking at mountain and snow pictures! Thanks for posting!

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  23. Hey, Andree,
    You're right about the Litchfield bank on the green. Courthouse is just across the street. I wonder where Barney and Andy hang out. I'll have to go lookin' next time!

    It's always a pleasure to come back to your photos.

    God bless.

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  24. Wonderful landscape shot here. Great photo.

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  25. I am so warped. At first, I see a breathtaking view, but then I notice that the hill in the center looks like it has a crew cut with male pattern baldness. Hah!

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  26. Now I know why you liked my flowers so much with ALL that snow around! I liked your sugar snow and the icicles. Wonderful photography!

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