New England fall foliage photo gallery

Fall foliage in New England, you can almost taste the cool tart flavors of fall now.

The days grow short and the kids head back to school. Then you wake in the morning and let the dog out and the chill morning air hits you and you shudder with its cool freshness. Then the you notice the maple tree down the lane has leaves that are starting to change to a orange tinged yellow and it hits you.
Autumn has arrived and soon you are thinking harvest festivals and apple picking and you start wondering if it’s time to take a drive up into the White or Green mountains to see the really spectacular colors begin their transformation.

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Soon the fall colors come down out of the high country and along every road are trees brightly dressed in their finest fall colors of New England. A drive up into Maine means stopping for Lobster and small town beauty. Maybe in Massachusetts you head along Route 133 to an old favorite like the Clam Box that has been serving fired clams sine the 50s and then you drive along the lanes past farm stands and buy some apples and fresh corn.

No matter how you want to spend you time here in New England, be sure to visit our photographers who love to travel out into the New England fall colors and capture the different moods of Mother Nature as she shows us the shortest season that New England has to offer.