A look back at some of my fav fall shots of 2013
I’m looking over my fall shots of 2013 and I’m disappointed to say that I only shot about half of what I did in 2012. I’ll try to not be working in Sept and Oct next year. 🙂
Well, we have passed the winter Solstice (DAYS ARE GETTING LONGER) 🙂 and I’m going to try to pick my top five locations to post each day this week. My first one is an easy one. The Flume Gorge Covered Bridge. I shot a bad version of it many years ago. I arrived at the covered bridge way too early in September that year and I didn’t explore… I’m glad that in 10 plus years, I’ve improved somewhat! 🙂
I also shot it from the road which is the classical angle and being thorough I walked through and shot it from the other side.
This is an easy one to get to. Drive up Route 93 (or down) depending on where you are starting from. You will be looking for exit 34A and just find a place in the parking lot. I’ll tell you a secret, we entered there before they opened to get these dawn shots. Download a map and print it out or have an app on your phone or GPS. If you get lost then you are on your own.
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My next article will be about two further views that you don’t want to miss while you are in the park.
Jeff “Foliage” Folger
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I started with Yankee Magazine as their first blogger on everything fall foliage. Now I blog on my own blog on my favorite subject, telling leaf peepers where the fall foliage is showing up in New England and helping them (to some extent) plan their fall foliage vacations.