I'm always reminded of that classic George Cooper poem this time of year. "October gave a party; The leaves by hundreds came..."
It's been my great fortune to have been based for nearly 20 years smack dab in the midst of a region known for its iconic autumnal beauty. Specifically, the White Mountains of New Hampshire is my favorite place to view and photograph the foliage - though I work outside of that region and throughout New England to catch the lovely leaves. (Not to shortchange the rest of the year...but there's something magical about the landscape when it's decorated with spectacular color during late September and early October in the mountains of northern New England.)
Of course, there are many other places outside of this area which boast wonderful autumn color. The highlands of North Carolina, for example, are absolutely lovely. For me, though, I'm happiest working in my "back yard."
Since the end of September, I've been trekking up north as often as possible to photograph the show.
Some of the images I've made recently have been added to the Recent Work gallery. Enjoy!