Photographs by Frank

9 October 2016

Foliage Season – 2016

Filed under: Autumn,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Tags: , — Frank @ 6:00 PM

The autumn foliage is about peak here in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire.

Friday dawned crisp and clear. I spent a bit of time making some folilage photographs on my way back from running errands in Peterborough.

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Rim of Fire (north end of Gregg Lake)
Rim of Fire (north end of Gregg Lake)
Craig Road Bridge in Autumn
Craig Road Bridge in Autumn
Maple in Full Autumn Display
Maple in Full Autumn Display
Maple Foliage (detail)
Maple Foliage (detail)

 

Saturday dawned cloudy and a bit warmer. Joan and I spent the morning and early afternoon doing the Wool Arts Tour.  In the late afternoon, while Joan visited the Monadnock Quilters Guild show, I spent an hour taking a walk at the Edward McDowell Lake in Peterborough. The rain held off until I was almost back to the car,

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The View North from McDowell Lake in Autumn
The View North from McDowell Lake in Autumn
Wetland Foliage #1
Wetland Foliage #1
Lake Shore Foliage #1
Lake Shore Foliage #1
Wetland Foliage #2
Wetland Foliage #2
Lake Shore Foliage #2
Lake Shore Foliage #2
Wetland Foliage #3
Wetland Foliage #3

 

 

1 Comment

  1. Just as I had heard the foliage this year will be a little dull and dry looking. Your Wetlands #2 was the only exception to this observation.

    someone did say they saw great color further north.

    There’s always next year!

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 9 October 2016 @ 7:00 PM

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