Another week rapidly disappearing "over the hill"...
but while scanning and Photoshopping things for that project I mentioned my sister working on, I took some time to go through some of what I shot while we were in Vermont in August.
Each trip we try and work in sightseeing as well as spending time with family; this time we managed a family trip to "The Shelburne Museum". I'll put some other photos up soon, but when I saw these I was as awed now as I was then.
I read this exhibit card and think of all the hours I've spent sitting in front of the TV or surfing online...
(Click to enlarge and please forgive my handheld 1/8th and 1/15th exposures, and the lack of a polarizing filter to kill the glare on the glass case? Next time I'm going back with a tripod!)
High wire acts, bicycles...the Wild West show...an amazing creation for the hands of one man!
Coming later...motorcycles...Tiffany lampshades...a paddlewheeler transported overland from Lake Champlain...
Well worth a visit if you ever get a chance to!
May the weekend be kind to each of you; may it be warm and dry (especially for those of you floating away in the UK) and for those who get to celebrate next Thursday, may your preparations for Thanksgiving be filled with love and knowledge that I'll be saying thanks for each of you next Thursday!