White Mountains Foliage Season

White Mountains Foliage Season - Twin Mountain Town Park in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Twin Mountain Town Park – Twin Mountain, New Hampshire
 

October 9, 2013 White Mountains Foliage Season: The last few weeks I have been very busy traveling the White Mountains region of New Hampshire photographing autumn foliage. Autumn is my favorite season, so I try to spend as much time as possible outdoors.

The foliage looks incredible this year, but is very patchy. Windy and rainy days have been a factor this year. My rain gear has been getting a workout! Overall it has been a successful White Mountains foliage season.

White Mountains Foliage Season - Reflection of dam along the Saco River at the Willey House Historical Site in Crawford Notch of the White Mountains, New Hampshire.)
Crawford Notch State Park – Harts Location, New Hampshire
 

I think foliage trackers are claiming just past peak for the mountains region, but do not let that discourage you from making a trip to the White Mountains in the next week. I would suggest exploring the outskirts of the White Mountains. A few of the notches are starting to look dull, but Sandwich Notch looked great this week.

Sandwich Notch Road in Sandwich, New Hampshire USA during the autumn months.
Sandwich Notch Road – Sandwich, New Hampshire
 

Though the foliage does still look good in the White Mountains, I will be traveling in the central region of New Hampshire for the next few weeks to photograph foliage. 

You can view more images from the 2013 White Mountains foliage season here. Do not forget to checkout the White Mountains calendar below.

Happy image making…

 

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Erin Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in environmental conservation and historic preservation photography in the New Hampshire White Mountains. His work is published worldwide, and credits include; Backpacker Magazine, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and The Wilderness Society.

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