Rainy Day Foliage Photography

Guest post from New Hampshire photographer and waterfall enthusiast Chris Whiton of White Mountain Images. Chris is an active fan of the outdoors and a collector of lost waterfalls.  When he isn’t out hiking, he is busy selling prints, cards, … Continue reading →

One breakfast spot not to miss!

My #1 breakfast spot in New Hampshire Polly’s Pancakes in Sugar Hill New Hampshire on Route 117 is one of the places that I always try to fit into my itinerary every autumn. With or without gluten and New Hampshire made … Continue reading →

Location tips for great autumn reflections

Lily pond reflection

There is nothing like an autumn reflections of fall foliage in a still lake or pond. Today I’m going take you around to some of the ones I’ve found over the years. Take notes or write these down in your … Continue reading →

3 locations for beautiful fall color reflections

Fall foliage forecast for Dixville Notch in late September

Everybody loves fall color reflections, and I just got a letter in my mail bag asking about driving across a 6 states to get reflections of fall colors. I’m not positive but there are millions of fall color reflections in New England. I’m … Continue reading →

Exploring the Green and White Mts, then the Berkshires

I received this question/comment and thought I would post it here. Bruce is coming over from England (the one we’re named for) His question basically says he has about 2/3 weeks and wants to see the Green mountains of Vermont, … Continue reading →

4 Rules for planning your fall foliage trip

gristmill with water wheel with orange and yellow autumn fall colors

A couple gave me a loose set of parameters and asked what I would suggest? This is tough because I’m not a travel agent but I look over my gazetteer maps and suggest routes that look interesting to me. This is … Continue reading →