Fall Foliage – New England

The crisp air, apple picking time, pumpkins sold everywhere…a true indication that fall has arrived in New England.

This year seemed to be an extraordinary year to check out the changing leaves.  I’ve always felt so fortunate, living in New England to be able to see the leaves change almost every day.  As the temperatures dropped, more and more leaf colors continued to emerge.  I did utilize a great Android app called “Foliage Leaf Peepr”, which helped me find and report on the best and brightest colors this year.

Our New England cruise gave us a great opportunity to see the diverse range of color change from green, turning, moderate, etc.  The several photos that I’ve included with this post, were taken at Roger Williams Park, in Providence, Rhode Island.  Fortunately for me, I was able to take these shots the week prior to hurricane Sandy’s arrival.


  1. Nice going Sal, keep it up.

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