Note: The watermark in the lower right does not appear in the final print.
A colorful hot air balloon floats over an old covered bridge in Quechee, Vermont. Note – this is the old Quechee covered bridge before it was destroyed by the flooding waters of hurricane Irene and then replaced.
Landscape photography by Edward M. Fielding
The Quechee Bridge is a one span 70 foot long steel stringer bridge. It carries Waterman Hill Road, in Quechee, the over Ottaquechee River. This bridge was built in 1970.
The Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival
The longest continuously running Hot Air Balloon Festival in New England is at its traditional location on the Quechee Village Green. The festival has been chosen by Yankee Magazine as one of the top 20 events of summer. It features over 20 hot air balloons.