New England in the fall

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

  • In the small New England town of Danvers, pumpkins sit on a fence under a tree in the golden glow of the autumn sun. New England’s fall foliage is legendary and a massive tourist draw. The changing colors of the trees creates a beautiful tapestry across the landscape and windings streets that give this area such a unique character and charm.

    I’ve been in this part of the United States many times before, and have a real fondness for the small towns and community spirit here. It’s a beautiful part of the world at any time of year, but the sumptuous shades of golden browns, reds, oranges, and yellows are simply magnificent, turning the streets into scenes that have me constantly reaching for my camera.