Leaf Peeping

Through mid October, Maine attracts scores of visitors that we call leaf peepers. There’s good reason for that as from north to south the state is blanketed with color.

For several weeks each day becomes more brilliant as though fairies work their magic through the night.

Mountain tops wear coats of many colors.

Ponds and lakes reflect their surrounding magnificence giving viewers double pleasure.

Not to be overlooked are the touches of yellow adding their own brilliance.

No matter where one turns there is beauty.

Only the belted galloways appear to be oblivious to what is happening all around.

As lovely as all that fall has to offer is, there’s a certainty that follows.

All that color will end up on the ground meaning hours of cleanup. It’s a good thing that is preceded by so much beauty.

14 thoughts on “Leaf Peeping

  1. You do t k ow how much I would live to be there! It is truly magnificent! Next year. Thank you for bringing us such beauty. Happy Fall Linda!!

    1. Good to hear from you. You are in my thoughts every day.

  2. I don’t like autumn, but I can’t argue with the fact that it gives us the most beautiful mix of colors.

  3. Thanks for the fall pictures. I don’t see fall anymore living in South Florida.

  4. What gorgeous captures of a most beautiful season!

  5. I have to drive from southern to northern Vermont today and while I know I will enjoy our fantastic colors, I’m not looking forward to the traffic of Indigenous Peoples Day Weekend peepers! Next week, things will settle down!

  6. beautiful, and I love the term leaf peepers! I’ve never seen belted galloways before, how interesting!

  7. Beautiful photos, hopefully one day we will visit in Autumn!

  8. The colors are gorgeous!
    Sorry about your Astros. Tomorrow is another day.

  9. never heard of leaf peepers – but whew – nice place to go and see the colors and leaves – 🙂 peep away!!

  10. So wish I was there.

    Sent from my iPhone


  11. A beautiful time of year, for sure! Hopefully we will be able to take a trip up in that country, next fall!

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