Saturday, October 5, 2013

Saturday Snapshot - Ashuelot River in Autumn


Along the Ashuelot

Just north of Keene, New Hampshire there's a little town called Surry. It sits in the hills between the Connecticut River and a ridge of mountains within the Monadnock Region and it includes Surry Mountain. This week, the light during one of our back road rambles was perfect for getting some foliage shots. It's just gorgeous in New England right now.




Wind Ripples and Cloud Shadows From Up Top Surry Dam




Further Up the Ashuelot - View From Old Stone Bridge in Gilsum

- shared with other photographers at Saturday Snapshot -

Thanks go to Melinda over at West Metro Mommy Reads for hosting this weekly event !

14 comments:

  1. I love that first picture - the trees in the far back look like fluffy pillows.

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  2. Beautiful! It's been my wish to visit New England in the fall to see the foliage. Someday, someday I will...

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  3. That third photo is so good I expect to see it in my calendar next year! Publish-worthy! Anne@My Head is Full of Books

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  4. Beautiful! New Hampshire is such a lovely state.

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  5. Oh my goodness....how gorgeous.

    THANKS for sharing.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Saturday Snapshot

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  6. What a great view you've enjoyed.

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  7. Water AND changing leaves? Beautiful!!

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  8. Gorgeous photos, especially the top one - you need to frame it.

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  9. so gorgeous! I especially love the contrast in the last photo. Fall is a great time of year for photos!

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  10. Oh, color already! It feels like summer barely came and went.

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  11. Beautiful! We have just the first hints of color in the landscape right now.

    Joy's Book Blog

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  12. This is just beautiful. I know what comes next. The fall is pretty back east.

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  13. Gorgeous! I love the fall colors!

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