On my third trip to Vermont in December, 2011, I spent a lot of time exploring Burlington, Vermont. Burlington sits on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, a large lake that separates Vermont from Upstate New York. It was a relatively warm and sunny winter’s day, so I headed down to the lake shore to get some photos of the sunset.
Some docks on the lakefront. Some are wood. Others are plastic.
Old moorings sticking out of the water.
A weird little tower on the waterfront. Maybe I’ve lived in Texas too long, but it looks like an oil derrick.
Ferry and Boathouse
The Spirit of Ethan Allen III, a little ferry.
Here’s the boathouse, right down on the water. I love the roof.
Along the Lake Shore
The Coast Guard. Thankfully, I didn’t need their help.
Here are some cool townhouses right on the lakefront. They’re obviously pretty new, but I like them nonetheless.
A little lighthouse on Lake Champlain. I photographed it a couple of years ago, on a much less sunny day.
Just a bird.
Have you ever been to Lake Champlain (either on the Vermont or New York side). If so, what was your experience? Let me know in the comment section.
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