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Smuggler's Notch State Park USA

Vermont is one of the best place to visit during fall/autumn. the region near Stowe has lots of waterfalls, creeks and roads running like what you see here. for more shots from that trip visit https://keshavamysorephotography.smugmug.com/Processed-images/Fall-Roadtrip-2015/
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driving is the best way to reach there, there are places here and there to park and shoot. but should be very careful regarding passing traffic.
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44°33'5.122" N 72°47'46.9913" W

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Robert Dettman
Robert Dettman 03.11.2016
"Smugler's Notch" - love the name. The photo's excellent too!
Keshava Mysore
Keshava Mysore 03.11.2016
thanks for the kind comments Robert.

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