Welcome Leaf Peepers!
The fall colors are upon us and I’m seeing a lot of wonderful pictures from you of the fall colors across New England.I hope you are having a great time! I will try to post some of the current leaf spotters reports of pans and picks at the bottom.
Comment to win contest
Well this is the last open contest for the year. In November I will choose from among the winners to be the overall winner and they will receive a 11×14 canvas gallery wrap print from my online gallery collection. They will get to choose from all my images and choose their favorite.
So you can try to be in the running by leaving a comment on this article and I will pick the winner on Saturday evening and let them know by email and post their name on the New England Foliage Facebook page.
Jenne farm may be off-limits
I posted this on the Facebook page:
If anyone is thinking of going to the Jenne farm in south Woodstock, I just got a heads up from John Burk and he says: Anyone thinking of shooting at the Jeanne Farm anytime soon, hold your horses (or cows) they have put electric fence up with orange tape all along the road and cows now roam The field where everyone shoots from….
And another friend describes it this way: No it says don’t park
On the grass but the electric fence runs just outside the pull off and the ENTIRE length of the road with ugly orange tape every 8-10 ft. Your only option is to shoot from the road now.
I would suggest not crossing the fence until I or someone gets confirmation if they mean to make this a no photography zone. If you don’t know what Jenne Farm “did” look like…
Image of the Jenne farm from 2015.
Fall color northern white mountains is starting to fade a bit but the color is still there to enjoy.
Over in the Orange Vermont area, Linda says: Out towards Washington & Orange VT. Colors are duller and noticeably, very few reds. We’re entering the yellow, orange, amber and rust stage.
John Burk in MA says: Scattered frost here, but still early in the hills. Still some red maple wetland color for a few more days. Sugar maples quite mixed, some dry and done, others starting to peak bright , some still green.
Hints of color are starting to show in CT and RI as well but they are taking their sweet time…. 🙂Jeff "Foliage" Folger You can purchase images by visiting my Fine Art Gallery websites
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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.