Although I hate the fact that darkness is falling earlier every day, drastically reducing my ability to ride (and work), on a sunny day in the spectacle that is fall in New England is breathtaking. Zelda loves the fall because it means that I stop and take pictures. She pretends to be looking, too, but she’s mostly lazy and enjoys standing still.
I am entranced by the colors of the leaves when lit by the warm autumn light. Every day I watch the leaves change a bit more; every day they are breathtaking. At the end of a long day, I find the time on horseback enjoying the wonders of fall foliage to be remarkably soothing.
Here are some photos, mostly from today. I like to capture these jewel like moments for when the bright foliage fades into a gloomy November.
3 thoughts on “The Spectacle that is Fall in New England”
I have never appreciated the fall here more than I do this year. With travel restricted, I feel so lucky to have this in my backyard.
WOW. This is the one thing I miss about the Midwest…the fall colors. We don’t get these colors in the Pacific Northwest, just shades of yellow. Oh well. I can enjoy them vicariously through your camera lens.