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New Hampshire (NH) Fall Foliage Information and Photos.
Summer 2018

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Fall Foliage in New Hampshire

A casual drive around New Hampshire in late September or early October is bound to delight you with fall foliage. This shot was taken in the state capitol, Concord.

(Click on any photo for a larger image.)
Folks who also enjoy antique shops, like this one in Hillsboro, are sure to be doubly delighted
Color is ablaze everywhere and many homeowners need look no further than their backyard.
There are several festivals around the state during this season, including the Highland Games, the Warner Fall Foliage Festival and the Keene Pumpkin Festival, among others. Shown here is one of the many pumpkin towers around town during the Keene Pumpkin Festival.
Almost any road in NH is sure to please during foliage season, and you might even make a new friend. Be sure to check here for a complete report of current foliage conditions.

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