Thursday, November 12, 2020

Leaf Peeping in New York State

 

 

One thing that I love about living in the the northeastern part of the United States is autumn. The days start off cool, but turn really nice in the afternoon. But even better, is the process of changing leaves. While everywhere in the country goes through this beautiful time, it feels like this part of the country does it best. We have such a wide variety of trees that the hillsides explode into a burst of multiple colors. The reds, yellows, and oranges mix in with the green of the pines and firs. Here are some of the colors I found this fall in New York. 

 

Boscobel Mansion, Gsarrison NY

US 20 near Sharon Springs NY

Poughkeepsie NY

Lake Keuka

NY-15 near Honeoye NY

US-20 near Sharon Springs NY

NY-36 near Hornell NY


Lake Keuka

Highland NY

Mid-Hudson Bridge Highland NY

Highland NY

Highland NY

Poughkeepsie NY

Highland NY

Highland NY


Boscobel Mansion, Garrison NY

Boscobel Mansion, Garrison NY

Mid-Hudson Bridge

 

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely beautiful!! My favorite season of the year!

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