Friday, September 18, 2009

New England Fall Travel Photo Tour

Article and photos by Eric H.

Bookmark and ShareMany travelers equate New England fall travel only to leaves turning color, but that would be barking up the wrong tree.

While fall foliage colors offer the predominant travel attraction here in the New England autumn, let's not forget the other "parts" that lend a unique and unforgettable atmosphere to our six-state region.

In no particular order, country stores, roadside farm stands, apple picking, pumpkin patches, cornstalks and mazes, regional and community fairs and festivals, and cozy restaurants with rural scenery create a colorful destination on their own. Mix in the vibrant colors of the leaves and the "parts" add up to a spectacular sum of vacation bliss.

We hope you enjoy our fall travel photo tour on this posting. We incorporate all the aforementioned "parts" into this slide show to illustrate what a special time of the season it is in one of America's great regions of the country.

Unlike some other travel sites that "borrow" photos without attribution, we took all the photos in this slide show. We love New England, so it's only natural that we take photos along the way!

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