Earlier in the week we went for a white-knuckle drive up Rt 112, to Rt 100, and some side roads. It was cold and frozen over once we hit the Vermont boarder. If you've ever taken this route you know these roads aren't fun when a sheet of black ice and slush is covering them over.
We made many stops along the trip to get some nice photos in, but this wasn't until after brushing a snowbank in our newly wrapped and accessorized Outback. That was an oh-shit moment where you say to yourself as your car, completely out of your control, slides sideways on a WRC #3 left turn (Bonus points to you if you understood that terminology|)
Right after that we landed our first and favorite photo of the trip seen here:
We swung by Carinthia to get some park shots but lifts were on ice-hold. So more driving as it warmed up and continued taking car shots. Below is a slide reel you can view them as your own pace, just click for next image. If you'd like a hi-res please contact us.