Fall Colors in the White Mountains – New Hampshire

Last weekend, Gabi and I drove to the White Mountains of New Hampshire for leaf peeping (map). We haven’t seen the fall foliage for eight years, so we were very excited about moving back to the Northeast. We just love all the seasons and New England is particularly famous for its beautiful fall colors. The White Mountains are part of the Appalachian Mountain range. It has a number of state parks and a National Forest called White Mountain National Forest. It’s a popular destination for watching and photographing fall colors and it was truly spectacular last weekend. We drove across the scenic Kancamagus Highway and also hiked to the top of Mt. Willard. It was a great experience. Here is a small gallery of the images I took during the weekend.

Gear: Canon EOS 7D, Canon 17-40mm F/4 and Canon 70-200mm F/4 lenses

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