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Foliage in New England

New England is exploding in splash of color. And there is nothing comparable to the sceneries that keep on changing every time you blink.
The lush green New England mountains turned into colorful canvas of breathtaking masterpiece.
The crisp cool New England breeze brought shiver up to my spine.
Yet the warmth of the New England sun helped my cheeks beaming.
And so, as I drove home to work last weekend... I decided to stop at the scenic view... and be awed by the New England foliage.
And so... it was such an ordinary weekend but extra-ordinarily awesome!


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Comments

Ginny said…
Your pictures are spectacular! Where have you been? It seems you haven't posted anything in quite a while, are you O.K.?
EG Wow said…
The colours are gorgeous! We still have some but we also have trees with bare limbs.
Anonymous said…
Man, really want to know how can you be that smart, lol...great read, thanks.
So beautiful pictures Amiga! kaka relax tingnan. The best tlga ang Autumn. Thanks for sharing the photos amiga, khit wla ako sa England, feeling na nakapunta na rin ako sa share mo. :D
nosk409 said…
These pictures are beautiful! I hope to take pictures like that someday.
Anonymous said…
Hey, something is wrong with your site in Opera, you should check into it.
I live in Connecticut and these are usually the scenes and views I see during autumn season. I am missing it now but I'm also thankful I'm skipping winter this time.
Your photos look great.

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