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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Coffin Pond, Sugar Hill NH Fall Foliage

I'm back from a wonderful trip to Vermont to photograph the Fall foliage. I would rate this year's season up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont a solid B+. The colors of the foliage were excellent, and spectacular in a few spots. I would rate the colors an A-. The weather however really wasn't the best, and that's why I am rating this year as a B+. There was only one day of sunshine during my trip. It was disappointing not to have at least one night of clear skies, as I had planned on shooting the Milky Way, which was impossible to do with the cloud cover. Not complaining, as I know the weather could have been A LOT worse.

Here are a few photos of spectacular colors at Coffin Pond in NH. These were taken on a very overcast evening, about 30 minutes before sunset.

A wide angle shot using the Toikna 11-17 mm f2.8 lens.

Many more blog posts to follow in the next several days.


  1. Beautiful. Your scores, I feel, are accurate. There are individual trees that are A+ in color depth even without the sun. Its strange to see among so much green.

  2. Thanks you so much for your comments!