Saturday, October 6, 2012

Foliage in Franconia Notch

Passing through Franconia Notch last weekend provided fantastic opportunites to view some fall foliage. At dawn, there was thick cloud cover and fog throughout the notch. Occasionally, the fog would lift just enough for a view. In my opinion, the fog enhanced the views. The first image was a quick snapshot made from a pullout along the highway. The beauty was undeniable, but I did not have time to stop for long. I was on my way to visit friends and photograph the NEK. I did not want to be late.

On the way home, I stopped to make an image that I had envisioned earlier in the summer. I found a nice spot along the Pemigewasset River in Franconia Notch State Park. Hiking to this spot in the rain was quite a challenge, but it was worth it. My dad made the hike too and we had a great time photographing the river together.


  1. Awesome Greg! Makes me wish I were riding with you instead of alone.

  2. Thanks Al! You'll get a front row view on Friday!


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