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The Colors of Fall | Photographs

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Join nature photographers Jerry and Marcy Monkman on a visual journey through the six New England states in this slideshow sampling from their book The Colors of Fall Road Trip Guide. From New Hampshire’s White Mountains to Rhode Island’s seashore, they spotlight 25 scenic drives that capture some of the best foliage color. This is a great resource for finding elusive peak color in the fall.

Hay Bales in East Burke, Vermont

Hay Bales in East Burke, Vermont

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

New Hampshire's Presidential Range as seen from Milan Hill State Park

New Hampshire’s Presidential Range as seen from Milan Hill State Park

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

View of Mooselookmeguntic Lake from Height of Land Scenic Overlook in Maine

View of Mooselookmeguntic Lake from Height of Land Scenic Overlook in Maine

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Fall colors reflected in the Saco River, Bartlett, New Hampshire

Fall colors reflected in the Saco River, Bartlett, New Hampshire

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

View from a hay field, Williamstown, Massachusetts

View from a hay field, Williamstown, Massachusetts

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Sunset at Cobble Brook Vista, Kent, Connecticut

Sunset at Cobble Brook Vista, Kent, Connecticut

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Fall colors reflected in a pond in Tyringham, Massachusetts

Fall colors reflected in a pond in Tyringham, Massachusetts

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

View of Camden, Maine, from summit of Mount Battie

View of Camden, Maine, from summit of Mount Battie

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Cliffs of Mount Pisgah above Lake Willoughby in Vermont

Cliffs of Mount Pisgah above Lake Willoughby in Vermont

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Chase Farm, Saunderstown, Rhode Island

Chase Farm, Saunderstown, Rhode Island

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Coos Canyon, Byron, Maine

Coos Canyon, Byron, Maine

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

The Colors of Fall: Road Trip Guide by Jerry & Marcy Monkman

The Colors of Fall: Road Trip Guide by Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Jerry & Marcy Monkman

Purchase the book: jerryandmarcymonkman.com

 

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  • My wife & I visited New England for the 1st time. From Boston we went N. On I93, to Franconia state, then to Stowe, then down Hwy 100 to Killington. We planned our trip to visit in mid Oct. The 4 day visit was awesome. We actually enjoyed driving 30-40 mph. WE WILL RETURN! We’re retired & from S. Texas. Ya’ll were very cordial. Thanks.

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  • PATRICIA

    The photography is excellent resulting in breath-taking memories for this misplaced Yankee. Thank you!

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  • There is no place prettier than New England in the fall. It is just beautiful there. Every state offers lovely vistas around every corner. If you have never been there you owe your self a trip when the Autumn leavers are falling. Go between the end of Sept. to the middle of Oct. Enjoy your trip !!We loved it From the apple orchards to the the pumpkin patches and the wineries.

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  • all gorgeous but Kent Conn. did it for me. fabulous photography. thanks

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