Cloaked in fog, a Green Mountain pond at the headwaters of Whetstone Brook waits for spring to unlock its shores.
Empty multi-wheeled trailers await pick-up on the side of the road.
An abandoned cabin at twilight, atop Hogback Mountain in southern Vermont; Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire rises to the east (right side of skyline) 45 miles away.
Horizons everywhere, if you have a quarter.
Still heavily laden with fruit, a remnant apple tree slumbers in the strengthening March sun high in the Green Mountains.
Bright against the night, a caged beacon stands sentry at the crest of the hill.
A cold stare on a lonely night atop Hogback Mountain.
Three ancient sugar maples bolster the stone wall at the eastern edge of Marlboro Center Cemetery, their shade a welcome respite from the July sun on the hayfield beyond.
Two Ford tractors rest on a sunny Sabbath in Marlboro, Vermont, cutter bars raised and tightly tarped against the recurrent thunderstorms. A rainy summer is hard on the hay crop.
The forest returns outside an abandoned lift shack.
Amongst the vestiges of Hogback Mountain Ski Area.