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These images are from the autumn season of 2015. We had a relatively good season, as far as color goes, but they did, however, turn very late. Even with the cold, wet and windy spells that normally rip through New England towards the latter part of October and typically stripping leaves from their anchors, this season’s autumn foliage with its wide range of colors, endured allowing us to witness a spectacular encore to a great season. Enjoy the show.

Pint Cove Sunrise
In order to get this spot before the sunrise, I...
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Ellis River
Saying goodbye to the 2015 foliage season. This is the...
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Skyward
One of the final foliage images of the season. Not...
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Webhannet Falls
Probably the last autumn shot of Webhannet Falls. Autumn changes...
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A long day driving and seeking out the best places...
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A beautiful array of color displaying the final stages of...
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Afternoon Sun on the Wild River
This was taken at the merging of the Wild River...
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Maple Leaf Collage
Every year I make the effort to photograph a collage...
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Swift-River-Covered-Bridge
One of the few remaining covered bridges in the White...
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Mousam River
Sometimes, shooting the foliage in rainy weather is actually a...
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Big Oak
One of the largest trees on the Rachel Carson National...
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Autumn on the Ossipee River
A bright sunny day is not always the best time...
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Screw Auger Falls
Saying goodbye to the 2015 foliage season. This is the...
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The-Ripple-Effect
With the sun shining too bright, for this photographer, I...
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A longer exposure can certainly tell a different story.
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Rachel-Carlson-Reflection
A small river leading out to the ocean at the...
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Autumn Ablaze
Stopping by the Mousam River in Kennebunk to photograph the...
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