New England fall foliage update
Well the cool days of September have turned to balmy days Of October (at least until Sunday). Today is said to be a New England fall foliage killing rain and wind day but we’ll see what tomorrow holds.
When I’m stuck with a day thats gray and lonely, you have to hold on till tomorrow. Tomorrow, tomorrow… Its just a day away. You’re only a day away… In case you’re wondering I just happen to think the song Tomorrow from the movie (1982) Annie, it just feels like it fits. So if its raining and gray click the link and enjoy the song! (I think I have this on VHS) 🙂
I thought I would do a simple post with this past weeks post from FaceBook (FB) and Twitter for you to enjoy. Clicking an image will open it to FB or Twitter and you will either end up on my FB page or the photographers page.
Tomorrow Lisa and I plan to travel up through southern Maine, over through New Hampshire and down into Northern Massachusetts to see what if any leaves are left or (hopefully) how unaffected the leaves might have been by todays rains. The New England fall foliage is resilient but due to light rain this summer it seems the leaves have been dropping rather easily this fall.
Please enjoy and comments and questions are welcome…
For the first time we decided to explore RT. 100 through central VT. We started at Killington and drove down to Ludlow….
Photographer Michelle Jenne shared this lovely reflection… Maybe she'll share this secret spot… 🙂
The color comes to Southern New England. North River, Norwell MA. 10-14-2014.Butch Lombardi
Thanks to Jill and Ken for submitting this shot of Bar Harbor. Nice reflection
Thanks to Michael Bartoshevich Photography of Nashua, NH for submitting this. Are you getting out tomorrow? I am…
Lisa heads down 95 each morning to work and gets off at exit 40 heading through Wilmington to Reading and she says the…
a storm is coming in this wednesday and this could be a real strong one… What ever the outcome it won't be good for…
Bang! that's what I'm talking about… 🙂
Even though not peak it's a striking image showing you don't need peak to make a great image!
I just went to my loyal subscribers on my blog and picked one to receive a New England foliage gift. I have things from…
The New England fall foliage is such a short lived time and this year is no different. Just like most of you, I have been working a fulltime job and snapping shots with my cell phone down in Salem at the Salem Maritime Historic site. There is a Ash tree that is huge and brightly yellow and next to it a stripped maple is starting to catch up with it’s red fall colors.Jeff "Foliage" Folger You can purchase images by visiting my Fine Art Gallery websites
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I live in Salem, Massachusetts and work as a blogger and Travel Photographer. I'm also the founder of the New England Photography Guild.
Feel free to visit me on my blogs and see what life in New England is like.
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.