Adan’s Fine Art America Images – Autumn Bicycling #2 – Photography circa 2012

Autumn Bicycling at Fine Art America

About my “Adan’s Images” Series

I’ve struggled for quite awhile to come up with a means or routine that’d let me present my work, especially all the photos and paintings I’ve uploaded @FineArtAmerica (FAA) since early 2016.

We’ll see how this works out, lol 😊

 Starting with my oldest work I’d uploaded onto FAA, I‘ll be progressing through each image. Some images, like my 1st to be presented this way, Austin at Night, have variations. Sometimes a poster version or a vertical, a crop or macro, or even a digital or painting version.

When that’s the case I’ll present them all together. They’re parts or whole of the same image.

When the image is available as a whole, photo or painting, but is used as the background for a gift writing, like Step Mom, I’ll present the gift writing on its own, but link to it from the image’s presentation.

To Purchase Any Image I Offer –

Any image I am offering at Fine Art America is available from me directly, and sometimes other outlets, as a 12×18 poster in a quality format, and is “usually” open for customization as an option for an extra charge. You can contact me at – .

Details re purchase, shipping, payment, and customization can be found on my Eiffel Tower product page at –😊/#purchase

Thanks so much! – Adan

About – Autumn Bicycling

Even if I hadn’t grown up in Central Texas, where autumn is a word but not an experience, I would have had to love Vermont. It’s too beautiful, and it’s my wife’s home state. The two are joined in my mind and heart ❤️

This particular image was at a small park up Mountain Road from Stowe. We stopped there the last of two autumns when we lived in Vermont for a year and a half, so I could experience where my wife grew up 😊

Here, I was literally surrounded by fall colors, and I think, like someone dropped into a tank of water without warning, was immersed and struggling to get my bearings. The lady on the bicycle in the distance was headed to what turned out to be a bridge over Little River, both of which I’ve gotten to know much more about as we make return visits from Texas to Vermont.

And unlike many “autumn” spots of color here in Central Texas (except maybe Lost Maples), the color is all around. The path itself Sheila & I were on meanders gently away from Stowe & towards Mt Mansfield and Smuggler’s Notch. We wandered that way just a short bit and immediately came upon a small petting zoo & other goodies 😊

The links I’ve inserted in this section can take you to blog posts I’ve written and collections of images about Vermont and Stowe; I hope u’ll enjoy 😊

My Blog Posts Where Autumn in Vermont is Featured

Thompson Park Bridge Stowe Vermont – Original Photography, 1st Published August 17, 2016
Vermont : PhotoPoem # 3 : “Nature’s Cathedral” 2012
Header # 11 – Peak Autumn, Vermont 2012 (Photography, PhotoPoem)

Related Amazon Search & Products

Autumn Photography Books

Bicycling in Vermont

I do like to point out I pick my selections to showcase from my Amazon searches. May not always be the case, or wholly always the case, but for now, I prefer picking titles and book covers and gift items that just really appeal to me. There’s lots more to choose from, but only have so much room, lol! I hope you enjoy —

My Related Vermont Autumn Images on Fine Art America for More Gift Ideas 😊

Thompson Park Bridge
Mountain Road Smugglers Notch
New England Church Poster

Autumn Bicycling Gift Idea via Fine Art America 😊


My Related Blog Posts


Thanks so much everyone! 😊


Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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  1. New England is true “fall foliage”. Growing up in the Midwest, as close as we came to New England fall colors. was along large rivers like the Mississippi. The hills were large rolling hills completely covered in bright reds, oranges and yellows. Love fall colors!

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