Autumn has to be one of the world’s most beloved times of year, and for good reason; cooler temperatures and vibrant colors combine to make one of Earth’s most magical seasons. As an American, autumn is also special because it marks the beginning of our country’s most holiday filled period, with a major holiday taking place in October, November, and December. It’s just a great time of year, filled with great weather, gorgeous scenery, and time with friends and family.
In the United States, New England boasts some of the most famous fall colors. Each year tourists from all over flock to the New England states to do some leaf peeping, and New Hampshire is one of the best places for that in the region. The Lakes Region, as the name suggests, offers great combinations of fall colors and peaceful waters. Further North, you come across the White Mountains, containing some of the most beautiful natural scenery New England has to offer. From the North to the South there are little towns with their own special places to see and things to do.
Though I currently live in Japan, New England is a really special place to me and with Fall now upon us, I thought I’d share a bunch of photos I’ve taken from the area. I can’t wait to go back in the future and do more photography across this beautiful region!
The next several photos are from a little town by the name of Franklin. With lots of woods and the lovely Winnipesaukee River flowing through it, it’s a great place to take some photos in a regular New England town.
The photo below is of Cannon Mountain, in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, where the “Old Man On The Mountain” once stood. Unfortunately several years back nature got the best of it, and the face fell for good from the mountain. However, as you can see, there’s still plenty of reason to visit the area!
Even a regular New England home is beautiful in the fall. Trees in the yard or leaves fallen on a wooden deck make for a splendid scene.
I hope you enjoyed going through these photos as much as I did! If you’re looking for a place to visit in the fall, consider New Hampshire. As you can see, I think you won’t regret it!