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A Photo Journey of Vermont

Ya’ll know I love photography, so since I have a TON of homework to get caught up on today, I thought I would just share some of my favorite photos that I took in Vermont last weekend. Enjoy! :)

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  1. 1

    I am not even a cat person and those kittens are too cute! Your photos look awesome, Anne!

  2. 2

    PHENOMENAL photography!

  3. 3

    Beautiful photos!

  4. 4

    Wow you got some awesome photos!! I <3 Vermont. :)

  5. 5

    Great pictures! Makes me miss VT/NH. I’m from NH originally and grew up across the street from a farm :)

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    Colleen says:

    You’re a fantastic photographer!

  7. 8

    Incredible photos!! Vermont seems like an beautiful state. Glad you had an amazing experience!

  8. 9

    You captured Vermont in a such an extraordinary way!! Simply beautiful!!

  9. 10

    Beautiful pictures! Your backup career plan can be photographer!

  10. 11

    Wow so beautiful! you take great photos. And those kittens ugh! soo cute!

  11. 12

    absolutely beautiful…adding vermont to my list of amazing places to visit!

  12. 13

    Amazing photos!!!

    P.S. I want to go BACK!

  13. 14

    that is so cool that you where able to get so close to the cow! The kitties are so cute! Vermont looks like a great place to visit!

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    Great photos! Especially love the little kittens. :)

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    Jen Robinson says:

    beautiful! and the kitten! “fuzzy kitty” awww…

  16. 17

    Your pictures look so good! I wish I was in Vermont, and I’m currently sitting in sunny summer California!

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    Beautiful photos, Anne! Looks lovely.

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    I love the picture of the kitty and the view down the long dirt road.

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    Although I’m not a fan of cats, that’s a very cute photo : )

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    OMG, love!! Barn cats have the best demeanor on the planet. They are all so sweet and cuddly :)

  21. 22

    More photo tips! I know you recently switched to a D-SLR, so I’d love to hear more about how you’re learning how to use it/the settings on it. I have one, and I have NO IDEA how to use it!

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