Lee Van Grack
Vermont is just one of those places where nearly everything is photo-worthy. After a few days, it's not as astonishing when you round a bend and discover yet another great view. Towns are quaint and charming, the houses and shops are rustic and appealing (or refined and appealing), and between towns you have miles of rolling countryside, farmland, forests, cows. Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the country, but it's big on scenery. Even a simple walk down the street will present you with several of the nicest photo opportunities Montpelier has to offer.
Here are a few ideas to get you started, but keep your camera with you at all times to capture the best of scenic Montpelier.