I have returned after a week of plein air painting in Quechee, Vermont. The colors of the trees were close to peak, but still beautiful. It was rainy, cold, and foggy on several days of painting… a nice challenge! I drove up to Chelsea, Vermont to scout old barns and I found Moxely Road. It’s a one-lane road and as I looked in my rear view mirror I spotted this view. So, I turned around and set up to paint. The fog eventually lifted, but I already captured the mist in my painting by that time. I returned a few days later to paint where Moxley Road went over the First Branch of the White River. You can see the painting in my Portfolio.