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New Hampshire 2019 Fall Foliage — September 28.

by Anura Guruge


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Another gorgeous day in Central New Hampshire and the colors just adds to the glory. What a joy it is to be able to walk through this beauty. I stopped myself from taking too many pictures. There is only so many I can share with you. Plus, I did basically the same walk as yesterday, plus I will be doing it again next week. So, I wanted to keep some scenes for future shots. Tomorrow is my day off from walking/running but I will try to take some pictures — maybe even with my Canon EOS RP running Firmware 1.3. Enjoy.


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New Hampshire 2019 Fall Foliage — September 27.

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I feel — and also know — that I am privileged. I get to spend hours surrounded by this. Wonderful when I am walking.

But, please remember, I pay the price. This is just compensation for 5-months of cold, snow, ice and winds! So, it is like the last hurrah prior to the misery of winter. SMILE. And this year, after my knee injury in February, I won’t even be able to shovel snow. That really was my only joy in winter. Shoveling snow. It is so satisfying.

I will try and make this a daily event. Sharing the local foliage with you. Not difficult — really. I can just step outside and snap a few pictures. 50% of these were within 100 yards of my front door!


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New Hampshire 2019 Fall Foliage Is Way, Way Ahead Of Schedule.

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In the last few days the colors have exploded, the brilliant reds, the vivid yellows and the appealing oranges. This is early. Maybe 2-weeks, possibly even 3. We are not in October yet, and these are the colors you would expect in mid-October.

Yes, I am lucky, very lucky. I live in the sticks and I am able to mindlessly amble across the wooded, rural landscape, on dirt roads, for at least 90-minutes a day. So, I get to see, observe and note the colors and the beauty around me. I do not take it for granted. I take time to smell the roses — though the wild roses are nearly all gone.

I would contend that 2019 New Hampshire foliage is in full-swing. I will have to take more pictures, so I can share with you.

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The Flowers Of Rochester, New Hampshire — September 12, 2019.

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Rochester is always a good hunting grounds for pictures of flowers. Today was no exception. I lucked out. I think I still have at least a month left in terms of being able to snap pretty flowers OUTSIDE before the snow arrives in New Hampshire. So, I am going to make the best of that. Foliage is early this year. Very early. So, with luck I will be able to transition from flowers to foliage. Enjoy.


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New Hampshire Fall Foliage 2019 — First Definite Proof.

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Taken the last couple of days in Alton, New Hampshire. Not unusual to start seeing definite signs in August. I have seen fall foliage in July. The last few nights have been ‘cool’ — i.e., 60s. That will get the juices retreating. I as ever will keep and eye and share with you. That is what I do,


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