Photographs by Frank

20 October 2022

Late Foliage Season

Filed under: Autumn,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Tags: , — Frank @ 11:10 PM

Foliage season is winding down here in southwestern New Hampshire… it has been a good one.

Autumn foliage is always tempting to photographer and I am no exception. This time of year the camera goes with me whenever I leave the house. I don’t always make photos, but when the light is right and the scene attractive, I pause to admire the beauty and make a few exposures.

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Blaze of Red
Blaze of Red
Barn in Autumn
Barn in Autumn
Waterside Color
Waterside Color
Autumn Blueberry
Autumn Blueberry
Late Autumn Hillside
Late Autumn Hillside
North End of Gregg Lake in Autumn
North End of Gregg Lake in Autumn

These last two photographs are panoramas made by merging three frames in the computer. Displaying panoramas in the blog is always a bit wonky; right click on the images and open them it a new tab/window to see them best. (Printing them is tough too… they will easily print about three feet long.)

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North End of Gregg Lake in Autumn (three frame pano)
North End of Gregg Lake in Autumn (three frame pano)
Crotched Mountain, Late Autumn (three frame pano)
Crotched Mountain, Late Autumn (three frame pano)

1 Comment

  1. Like the panos! The others aren’t so bad either. We had a good trip to Keene – foliage was very good but the murals in Keene caught my eye. We found a great picnic spot beside a covered bridge (can’t beat that).

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 21 October 2022 @ 6:30 AM

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