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**I'm sorry about the quality of this image but have been forced to only show small, low resolution images due to art theft.**
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I like the perspective in this one and how the clouds swirl at the distance!
(As of late I have only made it to the greater Bennington area. I spent a summer in the Northeast Kingdom in 1979, living in my truck across the street from a herd of cows; and attended Dartmouth College for a summer in 1984, which allowed me many forays into VT - mostly to spend time with my friends in S. Strafford!)