Monday, October 02, 2006

Foliage Files

A lot of people have been asking me if there was any fall color on the East Coast. As it turns out, there was a little—and it seemed like there was more every day. (There probably was.)

I was way too early for the peak of foliage, which usually takes place around Columbus Day weekend, but there were a few good trees, and a lot of trees with a few good branches. Here’s an aerial photo—it’s actually of southern Connecticut, taken from the air between Hartford and JFK on my way home. But it gives you an idea of the suggestion of color that was going on in Northampton.

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