It was a bit early for fall colors in New England, but I looked around anyway. The timing was about a week or two early for the peak display. Here and there were found some trees making the change.
Around Lake Champlain, in Vermont, it was more difficult to locate anything other than a few solitary contributions. However, they were very impressive.
The best concentration was found in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Large groves of colorful foliage were spread across the landscape. As we drove through, I snapped lots of photos. Unfortunately, they were all lost.
I even found one in southern Quebec Province on our way to lunch in St.Jean. Lots of reds can be seen; while in New Mexico, yellows and golds are predominant. There’s nothing quite like the color intensity of Autumn in the northeast.
Camp: Friend’s Place
Scene: Autumn, trees