Our Foliage Reporter, Jim Salge is a nature photographer based in Southern New Hampshire, who uses his background in the sciences to inspire his art. A former meteorologist at the Mount Washington Observatory, he is a keen observer of the progression of the seasons in New England. He uses his knowledge of weather, geography and climate to pinpoint the best time to visit a location for the best light, atmosphere, and most importantly, color.
The change was abrupt. A cold front rushed through New England and temperatures dropped, as rain, and then snow, began to fall. After a generally warmer-than-normal autumn, it was rather shocking to … Read More
It’s finally happening! Beautiful fall foliage is emerging in northern New England, after a bit of a delay due to the recent heat.
We knew that conditions were primed for the … Read More
Summer’s official end always seems like a technicality. Already, mums and pumpkins are adorning the rural landscape, and orchards and farms are welcoming visitors to celebrate the harvest. The goldenrod … Read More
Signs of autumn have been tough to come by this past week, but on the way out the door this morning, I was snapped into an autumn sensory overload. The … Read More