Yesterday, I finished one of my main goals for 2015!
After more than a year of driving around, occasionally getting lost, stumbling upon gorgeous little towns and traveling over the mountains and through the valleys of rural Vermont, I have now seen and photographed all 103 covered bridges in Vermont.
That number is based on this list provided by Vermont Living, which actually states that there are 107 covered bridges in Vermont. However, that includes the four bridges that span the Connecticut River, a river that is technically located in New Hampshire.
Half a year ago, I did a half-way post featuring my 25 favorite covered bridges in Vermont up until then.
Now, I would like to continue with another selection of 25 bridges; bridges that I photographed between January and August, 2015.
25 Extra Covered Bridges in Vermont
Further reading: Agricultural Landscapes of Vermont
Further reading: Fall in New England – A Photo Essay
Now that I’ve finished this incredibly fun year-long photo tour of Vermont, my aim is to create a calendar, post cards and possibly even a photo book. That’s a project without a set deadline, though—probably something that I will work on on long and dark winter evenings later this year.