Autumn in New England

Autumn in Westhampton, Massachusetts’ town center. Westhampton was first settled in 1762.

Photo Opp ~ Autumn in New England begins in late September and ends in late December, it marks the transition from summer to winter and is known for its vibrant colors and picturesque beauty. The autumn color of the trees and flora in New England has been reported to be some of the most brilliant natural colors in the United States; as such, it is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from across North America and overseas.

St. James Chapel is located in a wooded grove in Sunapee, New Hampshire, built in 1897 it is noted for its classic 19th-century architecture.

Travelers flock to Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and parts of Massachusetts to see the colors each fall, a practice known as leaf-peeping. Hiking during Autumn has become popular, and several areas offer guided tours. The combination of the natural rugged landscape and rural, small-town villages have made several areas in New England iconic locations for fall color photography. The numerous barns, church buildings, farmhouses, and villages combined with the vibrant seasonal colors make for iconic photographs.

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Autumn in New England
Highways & Byways of New England

N 42° 56′ 48.3″ W 71° 48′ 09.5″

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